Meet the OpenSky Secured Visa’s -Month 0% Intro APR Offer
Good news for those who were considering applying for a secured credit card! Capital Bank rolled out a new beneficial offer for its OpenSky® Secured Visa® Credit Card. Now new applicants can count on a 0% intro APR for the N/A.
“We decided to build this initiative to help anyone who is impacted by financial strains due to Covid,” Capital Bank stated in its email to BestCreditOffers.com. This move is not surprising. Many banks now try to make concessions in order to support customers affected by the coronavirus.
Amid the pandemic, the OpenSky card can become great assistance for people with limited or bad credit. First of all, the credit card requires no credit check. It means that applicants’ credit score will not be hurt. No checking account is necessary either since security deposit can be funded from a debit card or with the help of a check/money order. Another card’s advantage is reporting to the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. The issuer claims that 99% of the cardmembers with no initial credit history got a credit score record in as little as 6 months.
The new upgrade is really joyful and makes the card even more desirable. Indeed, not every secured credit card can boast of 0% interest. Earlier, the OpenSky card offered a variable 17.39% purchase APR with no intro period. If you want to apply, just fill out the application form online.
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