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Credit One Bank® Platinum Rewards Visa

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This very basic Visa card is designed for consumers with poor credit, offering 5% or 1% cash back in a small handful of categories and a free option for checking one of your credit scores from Experian, but that’s about it. This asks an annual fee of $95 for the privilege of rebuilding your credit.

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Min. credit level: Fair
Annual Fee: $95
Regular APR: 23.99% Variable

Credit One Bank® Platinum Rewards Visa

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Fair Min. credit level
$95 Annual Fee
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Highlights & Features

(Rates & Fees)


  • 5% cash back (up to $5,000 spent per year, then 1%) on eligible:
    • Gas
    • Groceries
    • Internet/cable/satellite TV services
    • Mobile phone services
  • 1% cash back on all other purchases

Balance Transfers

A balance transfer is a way to move debt from one card to another with the goal of saving money on interest.

Intro Balance Transfer APR N/A
Regular Balance Transfer APR N/A
Balance Transfer Fee See Terms
How to Transfer a Balance on a Credit Card


Penalty APR N/A
Late Fee Up to $39
Returned Payment Fee Up to $39
Additional Cards Annual Fee N/A
Foreign Transaction Fee 3%
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Cash Advances

Borrowing cash on your card is a cash advance. Cash advances usually come with very high fees. Even worse, cash advances can signal to lenders that you’re being irresponsible with money.

Cash Advance APR 23.99% Variable
Cash Advance Fee $10.00/5%, whichever is greater (see terms)
How to Get a Cash Advance with a Credit Card

Card Benefits

  • Free Credit Score
  • Zero Liability on Unauthorized Charges
Credit One Bank® Platinum Rewards Visa


(Rates & Fees)
  • Get 5% cash back rewards on the first $5,000 of eligible gas, grocery, internet, cable, satellite TV, and mobile phone service purchases each year, and then 1% thereafter. Plus 1% cash back rewards on all other purchases, terms apply
  • Zero Fraud Liability protects you from unauthorized charges
  • Get free access to your Experian credit score online, terms apply
  • Automatically earn More Cash Back Rewards for using your Credit One Bank card at participating merchants, terms apply
  • If you are a Covered Borrower under the Military Lending Act, you may get a different offer
  • See Rates & Fees

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You’ll earn 1% cash back on groceries, gas, mobile phone services, internet, and cable/satellite TV services, but that’s lackluster compared to most reward cards which offer 1% back on all purchases, at least.

You can view one of your credit scores from Experian for free and you’re protected with Visa Zero Fraud Liability, but that’s about it when it comes to benefits or worthy perks.

This card could be a suitable path for rebuilding poor credit, and the annual fee is only $95. Just take note it has a higher-than-average interest rate and very negative consumer reviews.

Check out our post to see why we typically don’t recommend cards from this issuer: Credit One vs. Capital One: Beware! They Are Very Different

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