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Capital One® Secured Mastercard® vs. Wells Fargo Secured Credit Card
Two secured credit cards for those with poor credit.
The Capital One® Secured Mastercard® has a $0 annual fee, while the Wells Fargo Secured Credit Card comes with a $25 annual fee. Both are secured credit cards for building credit, with no rewards program and no signup bonus.
Check out all other perks and features in the table below.
Summary of card features
Capital One® Secured Mastercard®
- You'll pay no annual fee to use this card.
- Depending on your credit, you may pay a security deposit as low as $49 and still get a $200 credit limit.
- Make your first 5 monthly payments on time and Capital One will raise your credit limit.
Wells Fargo Secured Credit Card
- Build credit with reporting to credit bureaus
- Upgrade to an unsecured Wells Fargo card with responsible card use
- US residency not required
- $10,000 credit limit
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