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Credit Cards for Bad Credit

Everything you Need to Know About Credit Cards for Bad Credit. Credit cards for bad credit are an excellent way to improve your overall credit rating.

Author: Brent Thomas | Categories: Bad Credit, Choosing Cards, Financial Planning

Discover the Discover Mix Tape Student Card

While there are many credit card companies who try to market their financial products to college students, the Discover Mix Tape Student Card is a particularly interesting one. In fact, it is the product of an incredibly successful online contest that Discover designed to create a wider fan base. Indeed it worked and a new card was born.

Author: Joanne Lee | Categories: Choosing Cards, New Credit Cards, Student

Recent Credit Laws Affect Teens

The article you’re about to read is designed to inform readers about credit cards that have an amount of money already added to them. We’ll examine the new C.A.R.D. Act that passed last year and has recently been set into motion…

Author: Joanne Lee | Categories: Choosing Cards, Credit Card Reform, Financial Planning

New Credit Card Rules Effective August 22, 2010

More new credit card rules from the Federal Reserve mean more new card protections for you. Here are some key changes you should expect from your credit card company beginning on August 22, 2010.

Author: Scott Townsend | Categories: Credit Card News, Credit Card Reform, Financial News

American Express OPEN Business Credit Cards Update

To comply with Federal Regulations, American Express OPEN Business has updated the marketing copy, and pricing & terms for 4 OPEN Business credit cards. See post for details.

Author: CreditCardsCo | Categories: Business, Credit Card News

Build Credit History With The Public Savings Bank Secured Visa

The article describes how the Public Savings Bank Secured Visa can help people with problem credit rebuild their credit history.

Author: Roberta Sanchez | Categories: Bad Credit, Choosing Cards, Report & Score

5 New Credit Cards – June 2010

Five new credit cards for United States introduced in June 2010. New credit cards with full card reviews – Discover, Chase, Upromise, AccountNow.

Author: Brian Weston | Categories: Choosing Cards, New Credit Cards

How to Win a Credit Card Dispute

When you have a dispute with a credit card company or issuer, you need to ensure that you handle the dispute correctly in order to gain leverage over the issue you are having and the situation that you are in. You may or may not decide to pay your debts if there is an error on your monthly bill.

Author: Carolyn Spiel | Categories: Credit Card Tips, Financial Planning

Shutting Down a Credit Line Can Damage Your Score

If your credit card company tries to stick you with extra charges, your first instinct may be to close out your account. This isn’t always the best idea. Continue reading to find out how shutting down your card could end up hurting your FICO score.

Author: Roberta Sanchez | Categories: Credit Card Basics, Financial Planning, Report & Score

Citi Diamond Preferred Card Pricing Update

Citi Bank has announced a pricing update for the Diamond Preferred Credit Card. This change is taking effect on Wednesday, June 9th.

Author: CreditCardsCo | Categories: Choosing Cards, Credit Card News

Chase Slate Vertical Card – Introducing

JPMorgan & Chase Co., is introducing new vertical design of Slate from Chase card. The new Chase credit card will be officialy introduced on June 1st under the name of Chase Slate℠ Vertical card. This credit card is powered with Blueprint℠…

Author: Brent Thomas | Categories: Choosing Cards, Credit Card News, Special Offers

WTDirect $500* Cash Bonus – Discontinued

For every $10,000 deposited to WTDirect savings account, you will receive a $100 bonus, up to a maximum of $500. WT Direct has never offered such a higher cash bonus. Get the bonus and enjoy your savings! (Note: Offer Discontinued.)

Author: Joanne Lee | Categories: Banking, Financial Planning, Special Offers

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