A high credit rating can save you Money
Rebuild Credit with Cash Depot!
Bad credit rating? Doomed to ultra-high interest rates? Cash Depot helps you rebuild your credit.
Why choose Cash Depot?
To rebuild your credit quickly and easily. No up-front costs. No hidden fees. No nasty surprises. Just help, and money.
What is a secured credit card?
A secured or guaranteed credit card is a credit card activated by a security deposit. For example, you deposit $300 on the account of the card, and then you can spend $300 with the card. The use of secured credit cards is similar to that of prepaid credit cards, except secured credit cards let you rebuild your credit report.
Why rely on a secured credit card?
Do you need to deal with a bad credit history? Are you ineligible for a standard credit card? The secured credit card is designed for you.
Why is rebuilding your credit important?
Your credit report is used to determine your eligibility for bank loans, mortgages, and car loans, as well as the interest charges that you will have to pay on these loans.
With a bad credit rating (300 to 659), you have less of a chance to get the loans you need, and you are charged higher interest rates.
With a good credit rating (660 to 900), you will be able to borrow more money and pay less interest, letting you save money in the long term.
How can you improve your credit rating? By paying your bills and respecting the deadlines.
What you should know about APR
The APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is the total of the costs of the payday loans or loans repaid in installments. It is expressed in %, calculated per year and based on the loan period. The APR is NOT the interest rate. Contact us to learn more about APR.
Got any questions?
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or send us an email with your questions at email@example.com
and we’ll be more than happy to help. For more information, you can also check out our FAQ page.
Always remember to be financially responsible and use cash advances to save money by avoiding late fees or overdraft charges.