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Credit Card eZine - News and Articles about Credit Cards

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.

[Monday, June 09, 2008]
We must accept the truth that we, consumers, love cash backs. We like discounts, sales, promotional products, and a small cash back card is that very thing that makes us feel better when doing credit shopping.
The current research has shown that approximately 60% of rewards credit cardholders give preference to cash back plastics. Largest issuers offer cash back credit products of all shapes and sizes. To choose the best cash back card seems quite easy. Let's take a closer look at cash back cards available in the credit market and analyze their features!
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[Monday, May 26, 2008]
These days, lenders prefer to deal with borrowers whose credit is near to perfect, i.e. good and excellent. This news comes as no surprise due to the credit crunch and its negative effects on credit card industry. That's the reason why more and more customers turn to credit repair companies in order to improve their credit score as quickly as possible.
It's definitely tempting to boost your score in no time, and obtain a loan with much better rates! However, credit clinics may have bad medicine, especially in view of the fact that today you can easily find the company that promise to rehabilitate your spoiled credit and bring you back to life. The choice of the company is crucial - you may get all or nothing.
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[Monday, May 12, 2008]
Like any other businesses, credit card companies have their sources of revenues, i.e. interests, and fees. According to Wall Street Journal, credit companies' revenues from fees increased by 41% over the last four years. Now, it is $18.1 billion compared with $17.2 billion last year. Since 2003, there's a 41% increase in fee revenues. Meaning, for banks and companies, credit card fees provide a steady growth of income. Today, fees account for approximately 40% of the total revenue for card issuers. Now, customers notice not only increases in credit fees but also the appearance of some new fees for things that never had them before.
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[Monday, April 28, 2008]
If you happen to be a good cardholder, most obviously your mailbox is full of mailings from card companies. Oddly enough, the majority of those people with good and excellent credit score are not so much interested in these credit offers, as they can easily make great credit card deals online rather than responding to these mailings. If you are sick and tired of a thick bunch of pre-approved credit card offers, you have all the chances to stop these mailings. Read on and you will learn how you can stop receiving annoying mailings from credit card companies and banks.
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[Monday, April 14, 2008]
In general, most US cardholders are aware of identity theft dangers. The peculiarity of this crime is that you can hardly notice that you've become a victim. But still there are some safety measures that can be used, like fraud alerts for instance. Sometimes, people can meet face to face with something they cannot explain. If your credit cards are in your wallet, and your personal information is not stolen, but there are some credit transactions you didn't make, the evidence is great that you have become a victim of credit card shaving. Learn more about this crime and what can be done about it!
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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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