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[Monday, November 26, 2007]
American cardholders make no secret of the fact that their wallets are full of plastics. Owing five or seven credit cards is quite common. More and more customers make rewards credit card deals in order to save some money on their purchases, and we happen to game our rewards plastics in order to make the most of our rewards.
Meantime, credit card issuers do their best to offer credit cards with unbelievably low rates, so that these cards look extremely enticing to the customer. More than that, credit issuers want us to use this or that credit card as a primary plastic. Now, there's a new trend in credit card industry. Credit card issuers try new ways to build consumer loyalty. So, what are they?
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[Monday, November 19, 2007]
The most popular holiday of the year is on the doorstep and credit cardholders are seeking for new experiences. These days, travelers are becoming choosy when it comes to the places and destinations. One of the leading credit card companies, American Express, has carried out a survey of its travel agents. The results were really impressing. Travel agents report that credit card users prefer to go off the beaten track remaining resistant to the trends of mass tourism. Now cardholders are looking for elaborate trips and AmEx representatives are ready to meet the requirements of the most sophisticated clients. So, what are the demands of AmEx cardholders this year?
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[Thursday, November 15, 2007]
For American cardholders, credit cards have become part and parcel of everyday life. They get accustomed to this form of payment, as it is fast and convenient to use plastics. Meantime, credit card deals in other countries win consumer trust at a brisk pace. The amount of credit users in Northern Ireland is ever-increasing. A growing number of credit card users promises big profits for credit card issuers. Almost half of Northern Irish consumers carry credit cards. And credit card issuers roll up their sleeves to provide credit users with more credit cards.
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[Monday, November 12, 2007]
Like it or not, we must observe certain credit card rules. Check your credit card statements, pay off the balance every month, and so on and so forth. Unfortunately, credit card companies are interested only in your money and your valid excuses are of no use for them. If you are short of money, the advice of paying off your balance in full will sound ridiculous. In this situation, you'd better think about time, as late payments can cause the troubles you've never thought of.
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[Thursday, November 08, 2007]
Credit card companies are self-profiteering and even predatory. Credit card companies aim at alluring you and keeping you in a life-time debt to raise revenues. Credit companies victimize even those least capable of carrying all those APRs and various fees and thus are called treacherous. These are the statements you often hear from average American credit cardholders and most often from low income households or Latino and African American families.
Well, not long ago a similar discontent with creditors' practices was expressed by the student body and some teachers as well.
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[December 05, 2011]

In a time when banks have begun charging monthly debit fees, baby boomers may be able to find discounts based on their age and experience. Our research reveals some of the best checking accounts for consumers over 50 - and the best part is that they`re free!

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[October 12, 2011]

All data shows that the woman entrepreneur is on the rise.This could be because women tend to work well in groups and are great multi-taskers and communicators. In addition to that, women are also making riskier decisions when it comes to financing their businesses, according to a recent survey by PNC Financial Services. These decisions may have an impact on the longevity of these female-run businesses.

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[September 07, 2011]

With the economic upheaval, obtaining a credit card seems a distant dream, especially if you fail to qualify for any credit card application. Nonetheless, turning into an authorized user, i.e. attaching yourself with a good-quality credit customer`s account and the consent to use it, would boost your credit scores swiftly, and jump start your credit history.

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