Opensky® Secured Visa® Credit Card

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29 Reviews
Consumer Rating:


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Lowest:
450
Average Score:
517
Highest:
586

Card Details
Card Details

Opensky Credit Card Details

 Annual Fee  $35
 APR (Purchases)  19.64% V
 APR (Cash Advances)  19.64% V
 Min Security Deposit  $200
 Max Security Deposit  $3000
 Reports As  Unsecured
 Foreign Transaction Fee  3%
 Cash Advance Fee  Max ($6 or 5%)
 Late Payment Fee  Up to $38
 Return Payment Fee  Up to $25
 Grace Period  25 Days
 Additional Card Fee  $0

Pros and Cons
Pros and Cons

Pros and Cons: Opensky

Pros


  • No Credit Check
  • Report as unsecure
  • Can use debit or prepaid card, Western Union for deposit

Cons


  • Cannot graduate (because Opensky has no unsecured credit card)

Our Take
Our Take

Is The Opensky Credit Card Good?

In our opinion, this is one of the best credit card for those of you who have really bad credit and have been denied from other cards. The key feature of this card is that there is no check check so you do not risk any hard pull at all. All they need is to verify your identity. It also reports as unsecured (which appears as normal "credit card" in your credit reports).

You also do not need a bank account to deposit your refundable security deposit check. You can do so with a debit or prepaid card, Western Union, Snail Mail check or money order. In fact, funding your deposit by debit or prepaid card is the fastest method and you get your card sooner.

If you have already been rejected by other unsecured or even secured credit cards, this card is a great option to rebuild.

 

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Credit Score: 559 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Posted 07/04 2017
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Got rejected by a few secured cards (and al with a hard inquiry). Glad to have found this card. The annual fee is worth not having any hard pull on your report.

Everything is been great so far. Payment is easy and I have never had any problems using the card anywhere.
 
Credit Score: 496 Credit Limit: 200 Age: 25-34
Posted 06/07 2017
Overall Rating:
This is absolutely the best card for rebuilding. There is no credit checks and I can pay using my debit card. My TU score has gone up 50 points after 2 months of using this card. I highly recommend this card for rebuilders. Avoid cards with high fees (there are lots of them out there).
 
Credit Score: 515 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Posted 02/03 2017
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When I started off with this card, my credit score was really bad (around 515 area). I was declined for a few other secured credit cards (no kidding). Then, I did some research and found this card. It has a low annual fee, no credit checks and no monthly fees. I applied and was instantly approve though the card took a few days to arrive.

After 11 months (slightly less than a year) of using it for paying bills and my netflix account, my score increased by about 100 points. I managed to get a couple of no annual fee unsecured cards. Fast forward a year and a half and my credit score is now about 745. Timing is right as I am about to close on a house and I am getting the best mortgage rates.
 
Credit Score: 534 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 25-34
Posted 02/01 2017
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I think this is one of the best cards for rebuilding. I was researching mortgage rates via Quicken Loans and even they recommended this card to rebuild your credit! I took their recommendation and got one myself. Within a year and a half, my scores have increased about 100 points. I still have ways to go to get prime mortgage rates, but what a great start.
 
Credit Score: 476 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Approved 3 months after Bankruptcy
Posted 11/20 2016
Overall Rating:
This card has helped me rebuild my credit after my BK. I started off with a $300 deposit. I used the card to pay a couple bills. I always pay in full and on time. Within 6 months, my score has increased by 100 points. If you are looking to rebuild and reestablish your credit, this would be the card to get.
 
Credit Score: 450 Credit Limit: 200 Age: 25-34
Posted 07/16 2016
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I made a lot of mistakes when I was younger and saw my score crash to 450. I got this card and deposited $200. I would only charge $20 a month. One was for my netflix account and they other when I had a meal out. Then I would put the card in my drawer and not use it. I would then pay it off in full every month as well. Within a year, my score has risen to 550.

If you are smart about how you use the card, you can recover from a bad score
 
Credit Score: 488 Credit Limit: 400 Age: 35-44
Posted 06/24 2016
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My husband defaulted on one of the cards in which I was an authorized holder. My score took a hit and I was denied for both Cap1 secured and BOA secured. I was told my score was 488 with delinquencies. I did some research and found out that Opensky had no credit checks. I took a chance and was approved. Card arrived about 10 days later. After using it for 8 months and only about 15% on my credit line, my score is now 625.

I took a shot and applied for the capital one platinum and was approved for $300. I have got to thank Opensky for helping me rebuild my credit.
 
Credit Score: 500 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 35-44
Approved Discharged for 2 weeks after Bankruptcy
Posted 06/13 2016
Overall Rating:
This was the first card that I applied for after my BK (2 weeks after discharge). I was approved and the card took about 7 business days to arrive. It has been 1 years and my score has increased fro 500 to 650. I spend about $30 to $50 a month and pay it off in full every month. That is all I have been doing. This is an excellent card to rebuild credit.
 
Credit Score: 550 Credit Limit: 700 Age: 25-34
Posted 03/27 2016
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I like that you can make recurring scheduled payments. My score went from 550 to 690 with a year.

If you are rebuilding, just get this card. Avoid the high fee unsecured cards and after a while, you will be surprised where your score will be. Got it use it responsibly though.
 
Credit Score: 505 Credit Limit: 200 Age: 25-34
Posted 11/29 2015
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All other secured cards and "sub-prime" cards wanted my bank account and routing number. With Opensky, I simple paid with my debit card.
 
Credit Score: 530 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 18-24
Posted 10/18 2015
Overall Rating:
I got into trouble with credit cards in college and I got this card to get back on track. My score was 530 when I got this card. I deposited $300. 6 months later, my score is up by 100 points - 630. I also got a walmart card and a cap one platinum card (both $500 limit).
 
Credit Score: 540 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 35-44
Posted 06/25 2015
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I have only great things to say about this card. My score was 540 when I got approved. I started off with $500. After 3 months, my score had gone up to 650. Incredible! All I did was charge about $50 a month on the card and paid in full on time. I sent my checks a week early because they put a hold on your payment. But since I spend only $50 on the card (about 10% utilization), this has never been a problem. I also have about $40,000 of charge offs from 5 credit cards that have not dropped off (it will happen soon).
 
Credit Score: 523 Credit Limit: 400 Age: 35-44
Posted 04/24 2015
Overall Rating:
My credit score took a hit. I was rejected by Wells Fargo and so decided to give Opensky a shot. I was approved with a 523 score. I deposited $400 to start the account. After 6 months, I applied for a Capital One unsecured and was approved.
 
Credit Score: 543 Credit Limit: 300 Age: 25-34
Posted 03/12 2015
Overall Rating:
This card is a breeze to use. Making payments is easy as well (online or by phone) unlike some other cards. If you make a few timely payments, you will see your score go up.
 
Credit Score: 525 Credit Limit: 500 Age: 25-34
Posted 01/06 2015
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My TU score was 525. After I applied, I checked my score and it went up by 30 points to 555. I also got my card 2 weeks after I put in my $500 deposit.