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Best unsecured credit cards for terrible credit
I literally cannot get approved for anything. Trying to rebuild my credit and I'm in the low 500s. Help?

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Trying to rebuild credit may require beginning with a secured card again, then you can become eligible for unsecured cards.  The articles here do cover how to build a good credit score and are worth readinig.

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with Bad Credit the only thing would be a Secured Credit Card avail to you. 

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There are many cards that will give you a secured credit card, however, most will never convert to unsecured.  I do not have, although recommend you look to Capital One, they offered secured cards for reasonable amounts and they will convert to unsecured and provide regular credit increases as you properly manage the account.

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