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This unsecured card is designed for consumers trying to rebuild their credit, but you should consider the number of fees and negative reviews associated with the issuer. You’ll have access to a small credit line when using this card, and that’s about all it has to offer.
You can usually pay your bill online on yourCredit card issuer's website
The Destiny Mastercard is an unsecured card that offers consumers with an imperfect credit history a way to rebuild and access a small line of credit.
You’ll get a credit limit of $300, but you won’t get any rewards, benefits, or perks.
Customer service for this card is reported to be very poor, and you’ll probably incur a number of fees from normal use. Examples include:
The annual fee for this card is $59-$99.