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Popular Community Bank Secured Classic MasterCard® Review

Popular Community Bank Secured Classic MasterCard® details

Balance Transfer Intro APR:
None
Balance Transfer Intro Period:
APR:
None
Balance Transfer Fee:
3% ($5 min. - $100 max.)
Annual Fee:
$20
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Credit Card Rate Information:


 
  Purchase
  Balance Transfer
  Cash Advance
Index:
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A
Margin:
 N/A
 N/A
 N/A
APR:
  18.99% Fixed
 18.99% Fixed
 19.99% Fixed
APR Floor:
 None
 None
 None
Intro Rate:
 None
 None
 None
Intro Period:
 None
 None
 None


Finance Calculation Method:
 Average Daily Balance
Default/Penalty APR:
 None
Default/Penalty Margin:
 None
Default/Penalty APR Floor:
 
Penalty/Default Trigger:
 

Credit Card Fee Information:


Annual Fee:
 $20
Foreign Transaction Fee:
 3%
Late Fee:
 N/A
Over-the-limit Fee:
 None
Balance Transfer Fee:
3% ($5 min. - $100 max.)  


Notes:

Rebate Description:
 N/A
Special Notes:
 Available to residents of FL, NJ, NY and Puerto Rico. Designed for establishing or rebuilding credit. To receive a Banco Popular Secured MasterCard, you must meet credit qualification criteria. Your credit line will be determined by the amount of your deposit into an interest-bearing savings account. This savings account will be used as collateral and define your credit limit. Balance Transfer Fee: 3% of the amount of each transfer (min. $5; max. $100). Cash Advance Fee: $29. Convenience Check Fee: 3% of each transaction (min. $5; max. $100). Foreign Transaction Fee: 3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars.
Credit Card More Information:

Card Issued By:
 Popular Community Bank
General Correspondence Address:
 
Card Type:
 MasterCard
Card Class:
 Other
Card Category:
 Student
States Available In:
 FL, NJ, NY, PR
Minimum Credit Limit:
 $250 min.
Maximum Credit Limit:
 $5000 max.
Credit Limit Notes:
 

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