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Capital One Platinum Credit Card vs. Wells Fargo Secured Credit Card
One unsecured card and one secured card for building credit.
The Capital One Platinum Credit Card is an unsecured card with a $0 annual fee, aimed at those with fair credit, while the Wells Fargo Secured Credit Card is a secured card with a $25 annual fee, aimed at those with poor credit. Both are credit-building cards with no signup bonus and no rewards program.
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