|Bank:||GE Capital Retail Bank|
|User Category:||Everyday Consumer Card
These credit cards are for the average consumer who needs a credit card for personal use.
|Card Type:||Unsecured Card
Unsecured credit cards offer a revolving credit line and not requiring an initial deposit.
|Issuing Country:||United States|
No / Limited Credit
You can apply if: you have no credit, you have never had credit cards and other loans before or you’ve had a credit card or a loan for less than 3 years.
You can apply if: you have late payments or maxed out credit balance; you have more than one foreclosure, repossession, defaulted on a loan more than once or have a recently discharged bankruptcy; you have been declined for a credit card in the last three months.
You can apply if: your credit history is short. You’ve had your own credit card, loan or have been an authorized user on someone’s credit card for less than 3 years. You have recent late or missed payments or defaulted on a loan in the past 5 years.
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Walmart Credit Card
Minimum credit history required to be eligible for this credit card.
If your credit is less than the minimum required, DO NOT APPLY for the card.
|Average / Fair / Limited||Average / Fair / Limited||Fair / Average||Average / Fair / Limited||Fair / Bad|
The ongoing APR is the annual percentage rate that is charged on purchases and balance transfers after any introductory offer expires. It may be variable or fixed, and the ongoing APR often varies depending on a customer's credit rating and payment history.
|24.9% (V)||22.9% (V)||24.99%* (Variable)||20.9% (V)||25.90%|
A fee charged by a credit card company each year for use of a credit card. Most banks have credit cards without annual fee. Annual fee may range from zero dollars to several thousand dollars, depending on the credit card offer. Certain types of credit cards, for example credit cards that offer frequent flyer miles as a reward, always come with an annual fee. Other types of credit cards, for example credit cards that offer cash back as a reward, usually have no annual fee.
|$0 intro for first year; $19 after that||$39||$0||$39||See terms|
A fee charged by a credit card company when you transfer your debt from one credit card or a loan onto another credit card. In many cases this fee is 3% of the balance amount with $5 minimum and $50 maximum. (The minimum is not charged on top of the 3%, instead it will be your total balance transfer fee if 3% of the balance transfer amount is less than $5. If 3% of the balance amount exceeds $50 your total balance transfer fee will be caped at $50.) In some cases it can be a fixed amount, for example: $75. However, it is also possible to find a credit card offer that does not charge this fee.
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