In this review we look at the Luma credit card from Capital One. It is a credit builder card and you could be accepted even if you have little credit history, CCJs or have missed payments in the past
Key facts about the Luma credit card
Best for: People looking for a card that could help improve their credit score
Introductory offer: No introductory offers
Representative APR: 35.9% variable
Fees: No annual fee
- Perks: No specific perks
Pros of the Luma credit card
- Using the card sensibly could help improve your credit score, as is the case with all credit cards. This card is designed to help you meet the monthly payments by sending regular reminders
- The credit limit could be as high as £1,500 and will be reviewed over time
Cons of the Luma credit card
- It has a higher APR than you would get with a prime credit card
- The credit limit could be as low as £200
How to manage your payments on the Luma credit card
Luma offers online and mobile banking
How to apply for the Luma credit card
The first step is to use the online eligibility checker, which gives you an idea of whether you are likely to be accepted in under a minute, without affecting your credit file
Alternatives to the Luma credit card
For other options, read our article "Best credit card in the UK"
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