Some of the penalties showed the party's desire to regulate its citizens' private lives – participating in anything deemed to be a cult or failing to care for elderly relatives incurred a 50-point penalty. Other penalties reflected the party's obsession with maintaining public order and crushing any challenge to its authority – causing a “disturbance” that blocks party or government offices meant 50 points off; using the internet to falsely accuse others resulted in a 100-point deduction. Winning a “national honour” – such as being classified as a model citizen or worker – added 100 points to someone's score.
A secured card can be a good way to rebuild credit, and there is no need to carry a balance and pay interest. In fact, I’d recommend you make sure that a balance of no more than 10% of your available credit be reported on your credit reports. You can fill up your tank once a month and pay it off in full and that will help as far as that card is concerned. It might not be a bad idea for you to get a second card now to establish a payment history. Perhaps you can get a retail card or another secured card. Do the same thing with that card.