Indigo® Mastercard®

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Don't have perfect credit? No problem!

Card Brand MasterCard®

Credit Recommended Fair/Good

Regular Purchase APR 24.9%

Annual Fee $0 - $99

Intro Purchase APR n/a

Intro Balance Transfer APR n/a

Highlights

  • Easy pre-qualification process with fast response
  • Don’t have perfect credit? No problem!
  • 24/7 access to your account, even on mobile!
  • No security deposit
  • Account history is reported to the three major credit bureaus in the U.S.

Additional Info

  • Regular APR: 24.9%
  • Annual Fee: $0 – $99
  • Credit Recommended: Fair/Good
  • Intro Rate: N/A
  • Intro Period: N/A
  • Balance Transfer: N/A
  • Intro (Purchases): N/A
  • Intro (Balance Transfers): N/A

Specifications

Regular APR 24.9%
Annual Fee $0 - $99
Intro (Purchases) n/a
Intro (Transfers) n/a
Credit Recommended Fair/Good
Cash Advance APR n/a
Cash Advance Fee n/a
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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