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Do I need a certain amount of income to get a secured credit card if my credit history is bad?

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Leo Zhu

If you want to apply for a secured credit card, your annual income should at least be greater than your annual rent or mortgage payments. Also, you need to provide a minimum security deposit of around $200, otherwise your application can be denied.

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