The Aspire Card
Great credit is something everyone can achieve. Whether you are just starting or taking a step toward rebuilding your credit, a secure credit card from Texell can help you reach your financial goals.
Why does credit matter? You can leverage a great credit score into great deals — on loans, unsecured credit cards, insurance premiums, utilities, cell phone plans, and apartment leases. Texell’s Aspire card can help!
Benefits of Aspire:
- Build your score: Fully or partially secured card that helps build or reestablish your credit.
- Fees? What fees?: No annual fee, no over-limit fee, or default APR.1
- Your wallet without the wallet: You can add your Aspire card to FitBit PayTM, Google PayTM, Apple Pay®, and Garmin PayTM.
- Save money: Cash advance fee of only $8, regardless of amount.
Texell offers credit cards for every phase of your life, and as your credit grows, you can apply for a traditional card. Aspire for more with Texell.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
A secured credit card requires a deposit which becomes your line of credit. Aside from the security deposit, this card works just like a regular credit card allowing you to make purchases, get cash advances, and transfer balances.
To build your credit score quickly, pay off your balance each month. Your Aspire payments are reported monthly to the credit bureaus. On-time payments to your Aspire card (and all loans) are crucial because payment history represents 35% of your credit score. A solid history of on-time payments demonstrates your ability to handle credit responsibly.
If you’re just starting to build your credit, expect it to take about six months of payment history before you have a FICO score. If you are rebuilding credit, it is a slower process whose speed will vary depending on the specific events that damaged your score. Negative factors can stay on your credit report for seven to 10 years. The good news is, if your score is low, each positive change you make can have a significant impact.
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