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Milestone® Gold Mastercard®
Consumer Reviews, Credit Score and Income Needed, Credit Limits

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41 Reviews
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Average Score:
542
Highest:
672

Requirements


  • Minimum Credit Score of 540
  • Minimum Income of $20,000
  • No Delinquency or late payment during last 60 days
  • No more than 2 inquiries on credit report during last 6 months

According cardholders reviews on our site (see below), the average score approved for this card is 551. To increase your chances of approval it is best that you meet their criteria and even apply only if your income is at least $40,000.

Fees and Rates
Fees and Rates

Annual Fee
$35
$59 or
$75 for 1st year and $99 thereafter

APR: See Terms* - Issuer is in the midst of updating their APR

Pros and Cons
Pros and Cons

Pros and Cons of Milestone

Pros

  • Reasonable Annual Fee

  • No Fees For Paying Bills

  • Soft Pull For Pre-approval

  • Accept Past Bankruptcy Applicants

Cons

  • No App

Editors Review
Editors Review

Is Milestone Credit Card A Good Card?

This is one of the better unsecured credit card for rebuilders. It has a reasonable annual fee and does not charge any one-time application or processing fee and monthly fees. Rather than apply first and risk a hard pull, you first pre-qualify (only soft pull) and if you do pre-qualify, you can then decide if you want to proceed to get the card.

It is ok to apply for this card even if you have just emerged from bankruptcy and there do not check your income. However, it is best that you have a score between 575 and 600 for best chances of approval.

For those of you looking to add another credit card to your rebuilding efforts, this is one card you can consider.

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My credit was not in the best of shape before Covid 19 and since the pandemic hit, I was fortunate to be considered an essential worker and had a job. My income was ok as well. I decided to really work on my credit and decided to get an unsecured credit card. I got rejected by Credit One and even First Premier. After getting pre-approved, I pulled the trigger and got approved. My annual fee was $75.

My score jumped 25 points after I got approved and they do report after the first statement. They also do bill you the annual fee on your first statement. Like others have said here, there is no phone app and the website is dated. But after using this for a few months, my score has improved and it is now about 630. I do charge about $58 a month (my hulu bill) and pay it off every month.
By Approved during Covid19 : 08/14/2020
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I got of bankruptcy during May, at the height of Covid 19 and I lost my job. I took unemployment for a while but managed to get a job in July. My score coming out of BK was 560. I decided to go straight for an unsecured credit card rather than a secured card and decided on Milestone.

I tried the pre-approval and did get pre-approved indeed. Then I decided to pull the trigger and got approved. My annual fee was $35. They billed me that amount during the first billing statement. So far this card has been ok. Like almost everyone here has said, their website is dated and they have no app. But they still approved me after BK and only a short "recent income" history. So I am grateful.
By AeroplanPilot : 07/09/2020
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Do not get this card. Not sure if other folks experience this but for me, they put a 14 day hold after I paid my bills. I checked the terms and conditions and they do say they might put a hold on your payment for up to 14 days. That means you have to wait two weeks for your payment to clear until your credit limit is restored. I now only charge a very small amount every month to the card. None of my other cards have such issues.
By 14 Day Wait : 05/26/2019
 
Credit Score: 570 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Income On Application: $65000
Posted 05/26 2019
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Do not get this card. Not sure if other folks experience this but for me, they put a 14 day hold after I paid my bills. I checked the terms and conditions and they do say they might put a hold on your payment for up to 14 days. That means you have to wait two weeks for your payment to clear until your credit limit is restored. I now only charge a very small amount every month to the card. None of my other cards have such issues.
 
Credit Score: 590 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 35-44
Income On Application: $27000
Posted 09/07 2018
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$99 annual fee for a $300 credit limit which does not increase is not worth it. Get a secured card instead.
 
Credit Score: 577 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Posted 04/17 2017
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I had a fraudulent charge on my account for about $20. CSR was totally useless (IMO). Firstly, they are definitely not US based and I could barely understand them. I had to go through about 4 people and the issue is still not resolved. Stay away from this.
 
Credit Score: 643 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Posted 06/25 2016
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I regret getting this card. The bright side is that my annual fee was ok at $75. But CSR said they never increase your credit line, their website sucks and they have no mobile app. They don't even have autopay set up. Their back end operations leaves a lot to be desired. I would go for a capital one card because looking at this.
 
Credit Score: 535 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 35-44
Posted 10/06 2015
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This is a very important thing - they do not increase your credit limit. You can call, beg and do whatever, it stays at $300. I also have Capital One and Credit One card and they do both will increase your credit limit. If you are considering this, I would go for Credit One first.
 
Credit Score: 583 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Posted 07/10 2014
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I got this card to help me rebuild my credit. My annual fee was $75 and the starting limit was $300. They will bill you the annual fee on your first statement. After using the card for a year, I was quite puzzled that I had not got any credit line increases. After checking their website and calling their customer service, I found out that they do not give you any credit line increases. At about the same time I got this card, I was also approved for credit one and capital one with an almost similar starting credit limit. But credit one has given me an increase after 6 months and my cap one limit is now $1800.
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