Capital One and Wells Fargo, offer credit cards to poor credit customers as long as security is provided by those customers, as of 2015. A number of Internet sites have a list of various credit card options for bad credit individuals, such as simpledollar.com.
Capital One offers a secured credit card that requires a $49-$200 refundable deposit to be made prior to the card being issued. On the other hand, Wells Fargo requires cardholders to make a one-time deposit of $300 -$10,000 into a deposit account. The deposit account balance determines the amount that the cardholder can charge up on his card.