Union Bank of San francisco has begun offering a secured credit card for people with either no credit history or a credit history that has been damaged in the past.

The $16.4 billion-asset bank will market the secured card to immigrants, students who have not yet established a credit record, and people who are getting back on their feet after experiencing job losses during the recession.

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