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Credit Card eZine - News and Articles about Credit Cards

Get even more information on credit cards? Read our Credit Card eZine. The section is regularly updated by our specialists. Learn all the financial tricks. Know the pitfalls and hidden bonuses. Find out how to transfer balances and accumulate points. We will tell you about the latest offers on the market.Get your credit card education and make the most out of your plastic.

Credit Cards and Students

[September 14, 2007]

Students are easy to fall under the influence. A bright ad, an appealing slogan, and lots of promises...all these will certainly attract attention of youth folk. Their addiction to credit card deals is sometimes compared with drug addiction. Young people prefer to go with the flow and accept the decisions of the others. This way they become a wax in lenders' hands because of their trustfulness. Watch out! Credit card companies have iron hands in velvet gloves. Experts assure that college years are not the right time for credit card deals. What are their arguments?

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Credit Cards Misuse

[September 11, 2007]

If you have set your mind on making a credit card deal online or offline, you are conceded the right to ask any question or specify certain points of the contract directly with your creditor. And if more would-be credit consumers were wiser and more farsighted, they wouldn't blame their credit card company for the problems they end up with.

Every day we are e-mailed stories describing various tangles and even misfortunes of credit cards use, many of which would never have happened, should customers have followed the creditor's advice.

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Credit Card Confusion

[September 06, 2007]
Credit card companies rack their brains in order to appeal more and more clients. When selecting a plastic, we take into consideration details that strike our eyes, and miss some significant points. For example, balance transfers seem to be very beneficial and helpful in our struggles with debts. But not everyone sees the reverse side of the medal. Most consumers share the opinion that balance transfers credit cards will certainly save them from debts. The problem is that we overestimate these offers. This way one can easily fall into a trap. Shifting your balances from one card to another, you can make the situation even worse. What should you know about balance transfer pitfalls to protect you from never-ending debts?
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Bad Credit Mortgage

[September 04, 2007]

For many people, owing their own home is the aim of life, and to be able to qualify for the mortgage they spend years of building a proper credit history. Customers who are serious about purchasing their own home know it very well that they need to have a spotless credit rating, high income and permanent job to be eligible.

Many people, in their attempt to make a good start, arrange student credit card deals which generally offer lower interest and other competitive charges but not all young people manage to finish with credit raring desired.

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Credit Cards and the Average Income

[August 30, 2007]

It is quite natural, let's admit it, that making a credit card deal with competitive rates and special programs for one's particular interests is the goal of most customers, irrespective of their incomes. And even if it appears that your average income does not actually afford you to have a good credit card, the plastic will still fly into your hands, which is the backbone of the creditor's predatory policy.

Now, try to see the point. It has become general practice with banks to grant you credit even if you make less than the median state income and they do make revenues, keeping you in constant debt.

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[Sunday, December 18, 2011]
Chase Bank recently announced the redesign of its Visa credit cards - allowing more space on the front for the Chase logo. This new design is in trial mode currently but Visa has pans to roll out its new design to other financial institutions in order to increase the branding and logo visibility of the individual issuing banks.
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[Friday, October 28, 2011]
Debit and credit: they`re both plastic, why not consolidate them? The Cinncinati-based Fifth Third Bank, is the first to offer the DuoMasterCard which consolidates both a checking and a credit card account into one card.
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[Wednesday, September 21, 2011]
It really pays when you do the right thing. Take credit cards for instance, having a clean credit profile really does help. Those who managed to maintain a squeaky clean credit report during the recession can now jump with joy, as they will get some of the best deals from credit card issuers.
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