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  • APRs Ranging From 0 to 21.49%
  • Annual Fees Ranging From $0 to $89
  • Late Payment Penalties Up to $38

SunTrust

  • APRs Ranging From 0 to 21.49%
  • Annual Fees Ranging From $0 to $89
  • Late Payment Penalties Up to $38
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Walmart

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  • APRs ranging from 0 to 18.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

M&T Bank

  • APRs ranging from 0 to 18.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35
  • APRs ranging from 0 to 23.24%
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

Fifth Third Bank

  • APRs ranging from 0 to 23.24%
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35
  • APRs ranging from 11.74 to 18.74%
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

State Farm

  • APRs ranging from 11.74 to 18.74%
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties
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First Bankcard

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  • Annual Fees Ranging From $0 To $89
  • Late Payment Penalties Up To $35

Barclaycard

  • Undisclosed APR's
  • Annual Fees Ranging From $0 To $89
  • Late Payment Penalties Up To $35
  • APRs ranging from 9.24 to 15.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $20

Service Credit Union

  • APRs ranging from 9.24 to 15.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $20
  • APRs ranging from 0 to 23.24%
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $37

First National Bank

  • APRs ranging from 0 to 23.24%
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $37
  • APRs ranging from 0 to 21.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

Nationwide

  • APRs ranging from 0 to 21.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35
  • APRs Ranging From 0 to 21.49%
  • Annual Fees Ranging From $0 to $89
  • Late Payment Penalties Up to $38

SunTrust is a financial services company that offers a wide variety of products and services for its customers. SunTrust provides its customers with banking, lending, and investment solutions with 24/7 online access throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the United States.The company offers consumers with excellent credit histories a variety of credit card options to choose from that feature hundreds of redemption options. SunTrust is not FDIC-insured and its investment and insurance products are not bank-guaranteed.

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  • APRs ranging from 0 to 18.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

M&T Bank Corporation was founded in 1856 and is located in Buffalo, New York. The company offers a wide range of financial products and services for customers in New York, Connecticut, Maryland, West Virginia, New Jersey, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC. Services include banking, investments, credit cards, and insurance solutions with various mobile and online options. The company offers consumers three main credit options that feature a robust rewards program for everyday purchases and travel with safeguards to protect against potential fraud. The company's investment and insurance products are not FDIC-insured or bank-guaranteed.

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  • APRs ranging from 0 to 23.24%
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

Fifth Third Bank was launched as Bank of Ohio Valley in 1858. Five years later, it was acquired by Third National Bank. In 1908, a merger with Fifth National Bank resulted in the company's unusual name. Numerous mergers and acquisitions over the years-including the acquisitions of Enterprise Federal Bancorp, Ashland Bankshares and South Florida Bank Holding Corp.-have produced tremendous growth. Fifth Third Bank now boasts well over 1,300 locations across the nation, with more than $940 million in operating revenue. The company provides a wide range of banking and financial services, including investment advice, consumer lending, title insurance and payment processing. It also offers a number of different credit cards.

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  • APRs ranging from 11.74 to 18.74%
  • No annual fees
  • Undisclosed late payment penalties

State Farm was founded in 1922 by a retired farmer who wanted to provide automobile insurance to fellow farmers. It was so successful that the company began to offer other types of insurance and financial services. Although automobile insurance continues to be its main business, State Farm also offers homeowners and life insurance, as well as various banking and financial services.

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  • Annual Fees Ranging From $0 To $89
  • Late Payment Penalties Up To $35

Barclays introduced the first credit card to the U.K. in 1966. The company's U.S. branch, Barclaycard, has been offering credit cards in the U.S. since 2004 when it began partnering with companies to offer "co-branded" credit cards.

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  • APRs ranging from 9.24 to 15.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $20

Service Credit Union works to serve employees of all branches of the U.S. Military in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Eligible members can take advantage of each of the credit union's services, including banking, loans, insurance, investments, and credit cards.

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  • APRs ranging from 0 to 23.24%
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $37

Founded in 1857, First National Bank is the largest privately-owned bank holding company in the United States with $20 billion in assets. In addition to banking services, the company also offers credit cards to consumers living in its service area.

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  • APRs ranging from 0 to 21.49 percent
  • No annual fees
  • Late payment penalties up to $35

Nationwide is a Fortune 100 financial service company owned by its policyholders. The company was founded in 1926 as The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and is currently headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. The Fortune 100 company provides a wide range of insurance and financial services for its customers along with 24/7 customer service. According to its corporate website, Nationwide currently holds more than $158 billion in statutory assets. The financial services company offers a Nationwide Bank Visa Credit Card with cash back rewards and no annual fee.

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