Orchard Bank Credit Cards
Orchard Bank credit cards are no longer available, following Capital One’s 2012 acquisition of the majority of HSBC’s United States credit card business. Orchard Bank, as you may know, was a subsidiary of HSBC that was famous for offering credit cards for people with fair credit and bad credit. Capital One unfortunately decided not to keep even the most popular Orchard Bank credit card – the Orchard Bank Secured Card – under its own brand name.
The good news for those of you who were interested in applying for an Orchard Bank credit card is that Capital One is among…show more the few major issuers that target offers to people across the credit spectrum. You might therefore be able to find a Capital One credit card for fair credit (shown below), limited credit, or even bad credit that suits your needs. It’s important to note, however, that comparing credit card offers across many different issuers gives you the best chance of finding the absolute right card for your needs. After all, the discontinuance of Orchard Bank credit card offers just goes to show that you can’t rely on a particular brand’s reputation because the company, let alone its usual attractive terms or customer service, might not be around in the future.
- 0% Purchases until November 2015
- 0% Transfers until November 2015No Transfer Fee
- Regular Rate 22.9% (V)
- Annual Fee $39
- Rewards Cash Back
- Initial Bonus None
- Earn Rate 1.5% cash back
- Earn unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, every day.
- No rotating categories and no sign ups needed to earn cash rewards.
- Redeem the cash back you earn for any amount, any time.
- Cash back doesn't expire and there’s no limit to how much you can earn
- 0% Purchases Not Offered
- 0% Transfers Not Offered
- Regular Rate 24.9% (V)
- Annual Fee $0 for 1st yr, $19 after
- Rewards None
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