Best Credit Cards

112 Companies

882 Real Customer Reviews

4.1
Average User Rating

Why I can trust BestCompany.com
Dear Friends,

This industry page does not have enough reviews to provide you with accurate scoring. We’re working hard to gather reviews from real customers. If you've had an experience with any company in this industry, please leave a review.

If you'd like us to contact you when we've established a ranking that we are confident putting our name behind, please leave us with your email address.

We will only use your email to notify you when this industry page has an established ranking.
Message to Companies....

To ensure we provide the most accurate information possible for consumers, please ensure you've claimed your business profile. We look forward to hearing from you!

Claim Profile
Read More
Compare The Top Credit Cards CompaniesSort By:
  • APRs ranging from 8.24 to 22.24 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

First Citizens Bank

  • APRs ranging from 8.24 to 22.24 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25
  • Undisclosed APRs
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Public Service Credit Union

  • Undisclosed APRs
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties
  • APRs ranging from 9.15 to 18.15 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $15

Wescom Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 9.15 to 18.15 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $15
  • Unverified Profile
  • APR: Undisclosed
  • Annual Fees: Undisclosed

Ollo

  • Unverified Profile
  • APR: Undisclosed
  • Annual Fees: Undisclosed
  • APRs ranging from 6.45 to 13.40 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $85
  • Late payment penalties of up to $15

Patelco Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 6.45 to 13.40 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $85
  • Late payment penalties of up to $15
  • 9.99% APR
  • Annual fees up to $48
  • Late payment penalties up to $38

Applied Bank

  • 9.99% APR
  • Annual fees up to $48
  • Late payment penalties up to $38
  • APRs ranging from 0 to 17.24 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $450
  • Late payment penalties up to $37

Charles Schwab

  • APRs ranging from 0 to 17.24 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $450
  • Late payment penalties up to $37
  • Undisclosed APRs
  • Undisclosed annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Comenity

  • Undisclosed APRs
  • Undisclosed annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties
  • APRs starting at 7.5 percent
  • Undisclosed annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Langley Federal Credit Union

  • APRs starting at 7.5 percent
  • Undisclosed annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties
  • Undisclosed APRs
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

A+ Federal Credit Union

  • Undisclosed APRs
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties
  • APRs ranging from 8.24 to 22.24 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $25

First Citizens Bank & Trust Company is a state-chartered banking institution established in 1858 and headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina. The publicly-traded company serves customers with financial products and services in more than 500 branches across 18 states as well as the District of Columbia. Its services include personal and commercial banking, investment services, insurance, and wealth management. The financial services company has more than $31 billion in total assets. First Citizens offers multiple Visa credit card options with various distinct rates and benefits.

View Company Profile
  • Undisclosed APRs
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

As a not-for-profit organization, Public Service Credit Union is dedicated to offering the best possible service to its members. Since 1938, PSCU has continually expanded and grown to accommodate members and their ever-changing financial needs. More than 190,000 members can attest to that dedication as they have taken advantage of all of the services offered, which include checking and savings accounts, personal finance education, loans, credit cards, and more resources. This large selection of financial services and resources, paired with a staff that genuinely cares for members and their needs, has helped countless customers to meet their financial goals.

View Company Profile
  • APRs ranging from 9.15 to 18.15 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $15

Wescom Credit Union has seen great changes throughout its history. After struggling to find a financial institution that could be fully trusted and meet their needs, a group of coworkers founded the credit union in 1934. Since then, Wescom has grown exponentially in terms of both membership and services offered. Currently, there are more than 200,000 members and 22 branches, and customers can take advantage of account, loan, investment, credit card, and insurance services.

View Company Profile
  • Unverified Profile
  • APR: Undisclosed
  • Annual Fees: Undisclosed

Company has not yet verified this profile. We recommend researching the top companies shown below:

View Company Profile
  • APRs ranging from 6.45 to 13.40 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $85
  • Late payment penalties of up to $15

Credit unions have a unique perspective on the financial industry because they are founded with the members in mind instead of solely for the purpose of making money. Patelco Credit Union is no different and using this unique perspective to provide its members with all of the most current financial services and a personalized experience. Since its founding in 1936, Patelco has continually grown and now includes 300,000 members and 36 branches.

View Company Profile
  • 9.99% APR
  • Annual fees up to $48
  • Late payment penalties up to $38

Founded in 1996, Applied Bank specializes in providing secured and unsecured Visa and MasterCard credit cards to consumers with little to no credit history.

View Company Profile
  • APRs ranging from 0 to 17.24 percent
  • Annual fees ranging from $0 to $450
  • Late payment penalties up to $37

Charles Schwab is a well-known financial investment firm founded in 1973 and headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company offers its customers a comprehensive arrangement of financial products and services to choose from. Charles Schwab also offers American Express credit card options that include a comprehensive membership program, investor benefits, and financial education resources. The company's brokerage products are not FDIC-insured or bank-guaranteed.

View Company Profile
  • Undisclosed APRs
  • Undisclosed annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Comenity is a banking institution with over 25 years of experience in the industry. Its corporate headquarters are located in Columbus, Ohio. According to its corporate website, the company services over 40 million customers with a retail credit card or personal banking account. The financial services company also states on its website that it manages over 125 credit programs throughout the United States.

View Company Profile
  • APRs starting at 7.5 percent
  • Undisclosed annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Langley Federal Credit Union originally received its federal charter as the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Laboratory Federal Credit Union in 1936. The organization changed its name to Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory Federal Credit Union in 1942, and in 1956, changed its name to its current entity. The credit union is headquartered in Hampton Roads, Virginia, and operates 19 branches in the area. Members are able to access their account online and enjoy over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs. Several local employers have become partners of Langley Federal Credit Union, offering their employees access to membership. Prominent partners include Canon, Christopher Newport University, VersAbility, and Jefferson Labs. The credit union offers personal checking and savings accounts, student accounts, loans, mortgages, business accounts, personal and business investment accounts, and credit cards.

View Company Profile
  • Undisclosed APRs
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

Since 1949, A+ Federal Credit Union has been focused on providing a non-profit credit union option for people as a safe place to borrow money and invest money. A+ Federal Credit Union was founded by 50 teachers and still operates around the idea that everyone in the A+ community has input. A+ members can benefit from the different business products provided by A+ Federal Credit Union including online banking to business checking. All members vote on issues that affect A+ Federal Credit Union each February. The credit union has 21 branches and around 130,000 members.

View Company Profile