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When it comes to prepaid debit cards, there are usually two schools of thought: they’re the ideal alternative to a bank account or they’re risky financial products with too many fees. Both are accurate, for the most part.
Credit card companies have for quite some time competed for our business. Once again, they’re upping the ante – and once again, we’re benefiting.
Google has yet one more image problem on its hands; this time, the problem is with Google Wallet and prepaid credit cards and prepaid debit cards. Here’s what happened.
Even though Visa has a wide head start, MasterCard is finally on board with the new credit card EMV chip technology that promises better protection against fraud.
There’s no denying the many benefits of having a charge card and if you can pay the balance in full each month, the absence of an APR is perhaps the best benefit.
The Discover Escape credit card offer has something for everyone. A six month 0% intro APR to versatile rewards, this credit card shows why Discover continues to rank number one in customer satisfaction surveys.
Lay-aways have made a huge comeback, but your credit cards still have several money saving features built in. From 0% APR offers to cash back bonuses, this year, paying attention to the details can save big money.
Have excellent credit and wondering which rewards card is best? Here, we review four of the most impressive, including Visa Black, AMEX Platinum, AMEX Rewards Gold and AMEX Blue Sky.
If you haven’t checked into the many advantages of prepaid credit cards, you might be missing out on impressive savings each month.
If you’ve found yourself in the subprime category with your credit scores, you might be the kind of borrower some lenders are looking for. Many are revamping their credit card offers for those whose credit history has taken a hit in recent years.
Is a shopping card right for you? It just might be if you’re looking to build or rebuild your credit. Requirements aren’t as strict as traditional credit cards, either.
The better prepared you are for the 2011 holiday season, the better position you’ll be in to take advantage of cash back offers and rotating categories that offer additional savings. See what Chase, Discover and others are offering.