U.S. Bank Secured Visa® Card

The U.S. Bank Secured Visa® Card is great for establishing credit or for repairing poor credit. It gives you the chance to establish a line of credit, practice paying bills on time and stay within the credit limit. To get a line of credit opened, you will need to give U.S. Bank a deposit, which will equal your line of credit.

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  • Rewards

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  • Signup Bonus None
  • Chip Technology Chip-and-Signature & Chip-and-PIN
  • Foreign Transaction Fee Up to 3%
  • Intro Balance Transfer APR -
  • Regular Balance Transfer APR 18.99% (Variable)
  • Cash Advance APR 23.99% (Variable)
  • Penalty APR -
  • Late Fee Up to $38
  • Returned Payment Fee Up to $35

Card Benefits

Check your card's Guide to Benefits to learn the specific benefits your card offers and how to access them. Learn more about credit card benefits here.

Security

  • $0 Fraud Liability Guarantee: Cardholders are not responsible for unauthorized purchases on this card.

Travel

  • Auto Rental Collision Damage Waiver: Provides coverage against theft and collision, as long as the car rental company’s own insurance is declined.

Visa Benefits

  • This card comes with Visa benefits. You will be provided with a list of benefits available to you once you get approved for your card.

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