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Credit cards available for people with bad credit as of 2016 include Capital One Secured MasterCard, Navy Federal Secured Card and Open Sky Secured Visa Card, according to CNN Money. Other cards for consumers with bad cr... More »

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The best way to get a credit card that does not require a deposit when bad credit is involved is to apply for an unsecured credit card. These can be a little difficult to get, however, if credit is too bad. More »

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As of 2015, department stores that offer credit cards to consumers with unfavorable credit histories include Wal-Mart, J.C.Penney, Sears, Von Maur and Macy's, states Credit Card Forum. The Wal-Mart Discover card consider... More »

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Credit One Bank offers a variety of cards from Visa and MasterCard, and its inventory includes cards suitable for people with no credit history or low credit scores such as the Credit One Bank Unsecured Visa and the Cred... More »

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