Consumers with fair credit still have credit card options but these cards tend to come with an annual fee and a lower credit limit. Even still, they can be a good option if you have fair credit as it will allow you to establish payment history and work toward improving your credit over time. Below our experts highlight factors you should consider when evaluating these credit cards and are approaching the application process. Click on the images below to get specific advice from our experts.
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