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Multiple Credit Cards

[May 20, 2008]

Oftentimes, cardholders are afraid to carry multiple credit cards. For some, it's pretty tough to manage many cards, to track the bills and be on time with all credit payments. Some people believe that having multiple cards can negatively affect their credit report. There is also a big temptation of maxing out plastics and so on.

It is generally recommended to have from one to three credit cards, depending on your financial habits. But the cases are not rare when people benefit from having multiple credit cards. According to the study conducted by the Center for Media Research, 51% of US cardholders carry two or more plastics. It looks like customers split on this issue. Learn more about pros and cons of carrying multiple cards!

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Zero Percent Credit Rates

[May 06, 2008]

It is estimated that most cardholders are searching for 0% APR cards, or at least for cards with low interest rates. It would be awesomely great to carry the card that requires no interests to be paid. But do these cards really exist? Can you find the card with 0% APR? Yes, you can. Such credit deals do exist, but unfortunately they do not enable you to enjoy interest-free period for the life of your account. As the saying goes, good things come in small packages. And just like this, this interest-free period on your card will not last forever. The length of the promotional period is stipulated in accordance with your credit card agreement, and it varies from company to company. Though these deals look extremely tempting, cardholders should be very careful when choosing 0% interest card.

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Credit Card Expiration

[April 22, 2008]

Every product progresses through certain stages. When doing shopping, we pay attention to the expiration dates. The point is, some products become ineffective and even harmful after this date. It's all so clear when it comes to regular products that we buy on a daily basis.

And what about credit cards? Why do they have expiration dates? Does you plastic go bad after a couple of years of its usage? Not a plastic itself but its magnetic stripe. However, it's not the only reason why credit issuers include expiration dates on our credit cards.

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Exclusive Credit Perks

[April 08, 2008]

These days, credit market is really overflowed with plastics that come in all shapes and sizes. Even if you've got a regular credit card with low rates, you may also get tempted to apply for another one with enticing options and unbelievably generous rewards.

For those customers, who tend to stay out in the crowd, card companies design unique credit cards that make you feel special. It doesn't necessarily mean that you have to be a millionaire to obtain such cards. If you have a stable credit rating, you may consider credit cards that come with outstanding perks that will capture your imagination.

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Get Rid of Credit Debts

[March 25, 2008]

Spring is a time of the year when people clean their houses from ceiling to floor. Here and there we hear talks about losing weight before summertime. In general, we want to change something for the better. Meantime, spring is a good time to clean up your credit, and start losing financial weight, i.e. credit card debts.

During cold winter days you've been neglecting your heavy credit card debts, but the spirit of spring cleaning may be a strong incentive to remove those disturbing debts from your credit. It's high time to turn over a new page in your credit history and start making wise choices!

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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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