These cards are a step above a prepaid credit card. They require you to deposit funds but you will not be drawing against those funds. They simply remain with the card issuer to secure your card. In other words if you deposit $500 you might have a $500 limit. Because you are not drawing against that $500 it is a true credit card. And as long as you make your payments on time it will help improve your credit rating. Fees are higher than regular cards but these cards can help you rebuild after a major setback.
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