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Which cash back card is best?
I have a credit score Trans Union668, Equifax 660, I have a Capital One secured credit card for 4 months, no late payments, am looking for a cash back card with no annual fee, and low interest. Which one should I look for?

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Also try cap1 Quicksilver.  They have a 1.5% cashback card.  You can go to there website and see if your pre qual

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i would highly recommend the discover it secured cash back card. it comes with great cash back with 2% on gas and resturants and 1% on all other purchases. they also if approved double your cash back after your first year. so if you earn $250 IN cash back they give you $250 on top of that. keep in mind not everyone gets approved but its deff worth a try. you can find this card on there website. also the card comes with no annual fee!!!!!!!!!!!!

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With your scores I would go for Cap 1 quicksilver 1.  Just check the pre qual site and see if they will give it to you.  it's 1.5% cash back and one of the better cards out there for fair credit.

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