First Progress Platinum Select

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No minimum credit history or credit score required.

Card Brand MasterCard®

Credit Recommended Poor/Limited/No Credit

Regular Purchase APR 18.74% (V)

Annual Fee $39.00

Intro Purchase APR n/a

Intro Balance Transfer APR n/a


  • Earn 1% Cash Back Rewards on payments made to your First Progress Secured credit card account.
  • No minimum credit history or credit score required!
  • Imagine being rewarded for simply paying your bill each month.
  • Accepted wherever Mastercard® is accepted, online and worldwide!
  • Reports to all 3 major credit bureaus
  • Manage your statements, transactions & rewards on-the-go with the First Progress Card Mobile App!

Additional Info

  • Regular APR: 18.74% (V)
  • Annual Fee: $39
  • Credit Line: $2,000
  • Cash Advance APR: 24.74% (V)
  • Credit Recommended: Poor/Limited/No Credit
  • Rewards Rate: 1% Cash Back


Regular APR 18.74% (V)
Annual Fee $39.00
Intro (Purchases) n/a
Intro (Transfers) n/a
Credit Recommended Poor/Limited/No Credit
Cash Advance APR 24.74% (V)
Cash Advance Fee See Terms
Cash Grace Period n/a
Late Payment Fee n/a
Overlimit Fee n/a
Return Check Fee n/a
Foreign Transaction Fee n/a
Balance Transfer Fee n/a
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