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I currently don't pay anything each month, except for my car insurance and cell phone bill. I don't have anything to make payments on, they are all paid off, but I had charge-offs on my account from 1-2 years ago that are now paid off in full, however I need to re-establish a good record of making payments on time. The only thing I have open currently that I owe on are my student loans, which I pay the interest each quarter in full and my loans are deffered until I graduate. That's why I'm looking for something that I can make payments to each month to rebuild my credit score.
Ok, now for the real answer. I actually started with an Orchard Bank secured card and worked my way up to a regular HSBC card. To answer your question, yes you get it back after 18 months of payment history, also it does gain a little bit of interest while you're building credit so, the deposit isn't just sitting there. Your gameplan how to use the card is perfect, use it on what you're certain you can pay off quickly. Also, it doesn't hurt to increase the limit periodically as well. The higher you can get the limit, the better it reports on your score becuse 30% of your score depends on you having a cushion between the total debt you owe and the avaialable credit. Also it improves your chances of the card converting with a higher credit line because it demonstrates that you're responsible with higher limits. And keep in mind, it's like building credit with a savings account because you'll eventually get the deposit back as long as you keep the card in good standing.
I would recommend you do the the secure card. I did one a few years back with $250 deposit. After three months of paying my balance on time the bank offered me a regular card, and put the $250 into a saving account. If you want to rebuild, or build you credit score that is the best way to do it. Just get that card, buy a pair of socks then make the full payment when it do and your credit store should start improving.
I am not familiar with the specific card you mentioned just now. But I do know that if you go to and select credit cards and then look for types you will find many listings for different types of secured cards. This will allow you to shop around. In another lifetime, when my credit was way in the hole I got myself back on track with a secured card. At the end of the year I canceled the card and was refunded my money. I had established myself and was able to get cards with lower interest rates. Just remember to never have more than a third of your credit limit in use at any one time. This will allow you to have a higher credit score if companies see you are wise about not overspending.
Those credit cards on-line doesn't help you build your credit. What I advise you to do is one of two things 1) Contact your bank and as if they can offer you a secured credit card... usually they require at least a $500 deposit depending on the bank. 2) You can call debt consolidators and get into a program in which you can afford... this way they will help you consolidate your bills to lower payments in which you can afford and pay on time. Stay away from the on-line companies promising to help your credit... they all take advantage of you and charge ridiculous interest rates and monthly charges. Always do business with your bank and local companies in your area who are registered with Better Business Bureau... your money should be the best investment for your needs not a nightmare which may cause you more grief and unnecessary debts
I don't think You get the two hundred dollars back they hold it in case you don't make the payment. You need to prove to the credit company that you are a good risk again. They might use the two hundred dollars toward your balance
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Sorry until you start paying your bills to get your credit better stay away from credit cards.