Aspire Credit Building Credit Card

You've heard of thrust to weight ratio right?
The idea is that a high thrust to weight ratio will allow your rocket to leave earth, your car to move forward or your plane to take off.

Good luck getting anywhere near the road back to good credit with this card.

Diane Smith from Keystone Heights Florida complained of the Aspire Credit Card issued by CompuCredit, saying that, "The $179 in other fees that reduced the $300 limit". Laura Lane of Ohio concurs and added, "My credit line was $300 and I supposedly now owe $1,500. I never used the card and the $1,200 is inlate fees and interest".

Credit cards don't have a ratio of fees to credit limit... but if they did, this credit card would be grounded