Indigo® Unsecured Mastercard® — Review [2021]

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"Designed for those with less than perfect credit."

This product is no longer being offered. Instead, this card was replaced with the Indigo Platinum Mastercard.

Indigo® Unsecured Mastercard® — Snapshot

  • Welcome Bonus & Info (Partner Content)
    • No security deposit required
    • Card designs to fit your personality at no extra charge
    • Less than perfect credit histories can qualify, even with prior bankruptcy!
    • Account history is reported to the three major credit bureaus in the U.S.
    • Pre-qualify for a card today and it will not impact your credit score
    • Accepted nationwide wherever Mastercard is accepted
    • Fast and easy decision on your application
    • Protection from fraud, if your card happens to be lost or stolen

Indigo® Unsecured Mastercard® — Fees

  • Annual Fee
    • $0-$99
  • Interest Rates
    • 24.90% Fixed

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