Magic Johnson’s prepaid card launched in 2012 with One West Bank in Pasadena, Calif., but it ended in 2014, as did financial guru Suze Orman’s prepaid card.

In 2010, reality TV stars Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian canceled their University National Bank Master Card-branded prepaid card less than a month after launching it amid a wave of criticism.

Some 36% of millennials — those now aged 18 to 29 — have never owned a credit card, according to a new study by Credit Cards.com, compared with 13% of 30- to 49-year-olds (Generation X) and 50- to 64-year-olds (baby boomers).

A consumer who puts a $1,000 balance on the average retail credit card and makes only the minimum payments would need 73 months to pay off the balance and would incur $840 in interest fees, the survey found.

Younger people appear to be cooling toward credit cards, perhaps after watching their parents and older siblings struggle in the aftermath of the 2008 recession.

I have a friend with one who wishes they never got it - and now they are stuck.

This card is of no value, hidden information at the time of applying.

S., branded credit cards and interest rates are on the rise, so it’s critical that consumers pay off the balance every month before higher rates kick in.

“Co-branded cards have actually made a comeback lately,” Schulz says.

I spoke to the customer care at Indigo, they were helpful and nice and canceled/closed the card without much to do. My advice is to be dilligent, there are better rebuilding cards.

With proper use of my cards, my score has increased 25 points and climbing.

“It struck me as kind of an unusual combination: An iconic punk bank and a credit card.