Merrick Bank Double Your Line® Mastercard®

Credit Card Details
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Credit lines range from $550-$1,350 which double to $1,100-$2,700 after your account qualifies. No security deposit required.

Card Brand MasterCard®

Credit Recommended See website for Details*

Regular Purchase APR 22.45% to 30.70% *Variable

Annual Fee $0-$72

Intro Purchase APR n/a

Intro Balance Transfer APR n/a

Highlights

  • Credit lines range from $550-$1,350 which double to $1,100-$2,700 after your account qualifies. No security deposit required.
  • Double your credit line by making at least your minimum payment on time each month for the first 7 months your account is open.
  • See if you are pre-approved within minutes, without affecting your credit score.
  • Build or rebuild your credit. AS you pay your bill every month, we report to all three major credit reporting agencies.
  • Get your FICO® Credit Score for free each month.
  • Fraud coverage if your card is lost or stolen. Access your account 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Get help staying on track with available Auto Pay and account alerts.
  • Card issued by Merrick Bank, Member FDIC.

Additional Info

  • Regular APR: 22.45% to 30.70% *Variable
  • Annual Fee: $0-$72
  • Cash Advance APR: 27.45% to 35.70% *Variable
  • Cash Advance Fee: 4%, Min: $10
  • Late Payment Fee: Up to $40
  • Return Payment Fee: Up to $40
  • Foreign Trans Fee: See Terms*
  • Card Brand: Mastercard®
  • Credit Recommended: See website for Details*
  • Intro (Purchases): N/A
  • Intro (Balance Transfers): N/A
  • Intro Transfer APR: N/A
  • Intro Transfer APR Period: N/A
  • Balance Transfer: N/A
  • Balance Transfer Fee: N/A

Specifications

Regular APR 22.45% to 30.70% *Variable
Annual Fee $0-$72
Intro (Purchases) n/a
Intro (Transfers) n/a
Credit Recommended See website for Details*
Cash Advance APR 27.45% to 35.70% *Variable
Cash Advance Fee 4%, Min: $10
Cash Grace Period n/a
Late Payment Fee Up to $40
Overlimit Fee n/a
Return Check Fee Up to $40
Foreign Transaction Fee See Terms*
Balance Transfer Fee n/a

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Reviews

i need debit card

Rated 5 out of 5
October 28, 2022

Need a good debit or credit card for daily spending

timo

Someone is giving me a second chance

Rated 5 out of 5
April 29, 2022

I know it sounds strange getting a second chance at the age of over 50 but I am finally starting out on my own. I have medical bills in my past and I just getting onto my own I’m trying to start paying them off and I also need to rebuild my credit a credit card would really help so I would love to thank you guys for my second chance

Susan Sroka

Great cards

Rated 5 out of 5
April 20, 2022

I’m a responsible person.

Jeffrey Dannel

Good cards

Rated 5 out of 5
November 28, 2021

It was good

Corey Foster

Great

Rated 5 out of 5
October 22, 2021

I am responsible

Joan Brown

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