As of 2015, Chase does not offer a secured MasterCard, but it does provide 13 unsecured personal credit cards consumers can apply for, according to JP Morgan Chase & Co. A trend exists with banks steering away from secured cards, notes Bankrate. To apply for a Chase card, visit the Chase website.Continue Reading
Once at the Chase website, click on the Find a Credit Card link. This takes you to the main page for Chase credit cards. Select the Browse Personal Cards link located on the top-left menu bar of the page. Click the Find Offers to prequalify for a Chase credit card without the need for a credit check, according to JP Morgan Chase & Co.
You can also choose from the 13 personal credit cards Chase has available as of 2015 and click the picture icon of the Card, notes JP Morgan Chase & Co. Select the Apply Now button after reading the card information to fill out the application. Follow the prompts that request personal information, such as your name and Social Security number, and agree to the terms and conditions before submitting the application.
The application process for an unsecured card is similar to a secured credit card, but it depends on the company providing the offer. If you need an unsecured credit card, you can find a list at Bankrate. You can also check availability with a credit union if you are a member since often these banks waive fees, explains Bankrate.Learn more about Credit & Lending