Ollo Platinum MasterCard®
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Credit Score: 668 Credit Limit: 2500 Age: 35-44
Approved 2 years after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $90
Posted 07/04 2018
Overall Rating:
I have a paypal mastercard (3000) Merrick Bank (1700.00) and a car loan. I received the offer in the mail and was approved for 2500. I am hoping to raise my credit with this card, I do not carry a balance on any of my cards so the interest rates are not much of a concern for me.
 
Credit Score: 0 Credit Limit: 0 Age: 35-44
Approved One Year Ago after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $520000
Posted 05/16 2018
Overall Rating:
690 - 1500

 
Credit Score: 700 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 18-24
Income On Application: $45000
Posted 05/08 2018
Overall Rating:
very disappointed in the credit line I received, the card itself is decent though I may close the account due to such low CL
 
Credit Score: 570 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 25-34
Income On Application: $60000
Posted 04/02 2018
Overall Rating:
I have about 7 cards with no more than $2000.00 credit score is far
 
Credit Score: 688 Credit Limit: 2000 Age: 25-34
Approved 8 after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $26600
Posted 03/28 2018
Overall Rating:
This is extremely interesting. I was offered this card via Credit Karma and I had "a 90% chance of approval". I am currently rebuilding my credit and looking to make my utilization lower. I'm currently using an Amazon Sync Bank card with $1000 limit, Discover It with $2000 limit, Capital One Quicksilver One with $500 limit and a Capital One Savor Card with a $1000 limit. This will, at the very least, help boost me into the 700-club. Good luck to you!
 
Credit Score: 670 Credit Limit: 2000 Age: 35-44
Income On Application: $90000
Posted 11/16 2017
Overall Rating:
Easy and quick instant online approval with no hassles or waiting a week or more. No rewards offered, deferred interest or balance transfer. APR is high but I won't keep a high balance anyway. Good SL and is one of my highest, they beat Discover SL of $1500. I will be closing my creditone AF CC of $1900. Seems to be better than capital one CC and I did get the invite mailer with reservation code. Applied on the last day offer was to expire. Wish it were a Visa Card instead!
 
Credit Score: 668 Credit Limit: 3000 Age: 45-54
Approved 5.5 after Bankruptcy
Posted 08/12 2017
Overall Rating:
I'm thankful for the opportunity to rebuild my credit. Downside: (1) online bill pay. Both Citibank and Chase cannot recognize this company even after I put in my 16 digit credit card number. So no way for my bank to pay Ollo directly. The only way to pay Ollo is to give Ollo my routing number and bank account number, which I prefer not to give to my credit card company. (2) No app yet, so I have to input my user id & password on my mobile phone using a browser. Capital one, USAA, etc has apps that has fingerprint recognition, making it easy to log in.
 
Credit Score: 668 Credit Limit: 3000 Age: 45-54
Approved 5.5 years after Bankruptcy
Posted 08/12 2017
Overall Rating:
I'm thankful for the opportunity to rebuild my credit. Pros: no foreign transaction fee, cash rewards, MasterCard which is good for foreign travel. Downside: (1) online bill pay. Both Citibank and Chase cannot recognize this company even after I put in my 16 digit credit card number. So no way for my bank to pay Ollo directly. The only way to pay Ollo is to give Ollo my routing number and bank account number, which I prefer not to give to my credit card company. (2) No app yet, so I have to input my user id & password on my mobile phone using a browser. Capital one, USAA, etc has apps that has fingerprint recognition, making it easy to log in (3) High interest rate. I don't carry a balance so its not an issue.
 
Credit Score: 680 Credit Limit: 2500 Age: 55-64
Approved 4 years after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $65000
Posted 07/21 2017
Overall Rating:
no annual charge or overlimit fee. If there would have been an annual fee I would have tossed it. Higher interest rate. Not a bad card.
 
Credit Score: 698 Credit Limit: 3000 Age: 45-54
Approved 10 months after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $41500
Posted 07/20 2017
Overall Rating:
Plain Jane no Rewards. No Frills. use and pay should be OK.
I Have Cap 1, Merrick, and OLLO now. Second BK building credit. Don't like no cash Back like my no fee quick silver upgrade with Cap One
 
Credit Score: 647 Credit Limit: 2000 Age: 45-54
Approved 3 years discharged after Bankruptcy
Income On Application: $72000
Posted 06/23 2017
Overall Rating:
transunion and Equifax 688 when I got preapproval in mail. I pay off bill monthly. They pulled Experian which was 650. Chapter 7 discharged Feb. 2014.
 
Credit Score: 625 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 35-44
Posted 05/05 2017
Overall Rating:
I give this a 4 star for having no annual fee. The limit was low (but so were my other higher fee cards). I got approved with a low 600 score and my friend was denied with a high 600 score!
 
Credit Score: 554 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 35-44
Posted 04/24 2017
Overall Rating:
I will give this card a 4 star for the fact that there is no annual fee and foreign transaction fee. The negatives are that I got a low limit and the APR is rather high. It matters to me since I carry a balance occasionally even though everyone says I should not given my financial situation.
 
Credit Score: 630 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 35-44
Posted 04/20 2017
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Finally, I am able to get a no annual fee card after a few years of paying high fees. My next card will be a Macy's card and I'll probably try to get a Sears card as well.
 
Credit Score: 668 Credit Limit: 1000 Age: 25-34
Posted 04/10 2017
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I got the email invite and was thinking hard about it. I have been rebuilding for the last 3 years and feel I am close to the coveted 700 score. I already have the Capital One Quicksilver, having dumped a couple of high fee cards along the way. I decided to apply to add another no annual fee card into the mix. I was approved for $1000. So far so good.