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Financial Management

Why You Shouldn’t Care About Credit Card Interest Rates

So I got this spam e-mail recently that stated the following: “The Credit Card you deserve. If you need your credit card to provide airline miles and *rewards*, you need it to have a low interest/APR and even give you some cash back, just click below and follow on-screen directions to complete your Credit card […]

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Is A Pre-Paid Credit Card Not Personable Enough For A Gift

So I was thinking today as I did my shopping where there was a digital item for a gaming console which would potentially be good for my nephew’s Christmas gift. Obviously kids don’t have credit cards and so you would either have to use your own or get them a pre-paid card for it. I […]

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Financial Management

Credit Card Variety For Shopping Discounts

In the midst of all the Black Friday price comparison I saw this interesting advertisement where for this store they were giving everyone who spends at least $150 a discount of $25 as long as they use a Visa as their form of payment. It was funny in a way as this Visa card discount […]

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Financial Management

Expired Credit Cards Can Get Charged Still

This was a little interesting I found out today as I was subscribed annually to a service where I was on the fence as to whether or not I should renew since I wasn’t using it as much as I thought I would. I got a lot of nag reminder e-mails from the company and […]

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Financial Management

Better To Not Pay Interest Rates At All

So I got this offer for a credit card today and by the sounds of it I was pre-approved for a $10,000 credit limit. What I found that was kind of amusing was the sales pitch as you can see here to justify the annual fee of the credit card:

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Financial Management

Credit Card For Your Eyes Only

A person was telling me a crazy story on how his family member was being sued by the credit card company as a result of the bill not being paid for a long time. It had a substantial amount of debt and the story on how it accumulated was the surprise. Essentially, the person had […]

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