There are some notable benefits to consider when signing up for Capital One credit cards. Two of the company's credit card products offer no annual fees, making them affordable for most customers.
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The deposit amount depends on your credit rating and the type of secured credit card you choose.
The Capital One Platinum Secured Credit Card is one of the best choices, as it has lower fees and offers the ability to upgrade over time.
Yes. You can apply to switch to an unsecured credit card once you establish a good payment record and improve your credit score.
When you apply for a secured credit card, you'll need to provide the security deposit within 35 days of approval. The deposit isn't used as a part of your credit card balance, and instead, it's held if you don't make a payment.