The unsecured cards come with annual fees ranging from $39 to $59, depending on credit history, and APRs range from 14.9% to 19.9%, also based on your credit.
To put that in perspective, a credit card like the Applied Bank Unsecured Visa Gold -- which also targets consumers with poor credit -- comes with a 29.99% APR for all customers.
If your credit history is really bad, you will likely end up with a secured card. These work like a regular credit card, but you put down a deposit of your own money. (That's why their interest rates are typically lower than those of regular unsecured credit cards.)
But even if you only qualify for a secured Orchard Bank card, it isn't a rotten deal. You have to make a $200 minimum security deposit -- which is refundable and typical for secured cards -- but the APR is a low 7.90% and the annual fee is $35 and is waived the first year.
"I like these [Orchard Bank] cards because let's say you're on the bubble between bad and poor credit, you might be able to get a better deal with one of these cards," said Beverly Harzog, credit card expert at Credit.com. "Even if you do have really bad credit, this is one of the easiest unsecured cards to get, and if you don't qualify then see if you like the terms of the secured card."