Poor Credit Credit Cards
Poor credit score is anything between 600 and 649. If your credit score falls within this range, choose your credit card cautiously and try to improve your score by paying your bill each month.
A poor FICO credit score is anything within the range 600 – 649. Contrary to some widespread beliefs this is not the end of the world and you still have quite a few options in terms of credit cards. The bad news is that in the beginning you'll probably have to use a credit card with higher interest rates and lower credit limits. However, if you manage your spending responsibly, you are likely to improve your credit score and eventually apply for a credit card with better rates and terms. There are some traditional credit cards available for people with poor credit. Other options are secured cards or prepaid cards.
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