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  • 4). Credit Card Debt Statistics  By : Joseph Kenny
    In the United States, the debt levels of Americans have continued to increase since the 1980s. It was during this time that the use of credit cards greatly increased. Credit cards companies begin looking for different ways to market their products to consumers, and used such things as direct mail, commercials, and other marketing tactics. It was during the 1980s that consumers begin moving away from cash and checks into credit cards.
    article related to: credit, cards, debt, owe, interest, fees, americans, statistics, pay, debit, charges

  • 6). Online Credit Card Application: The Easiest Way To A Customer’s Heart  By : David Riewe
    Many credit cards are offered in the market today thus, making companies more aggressive in advertising and marketing their card services. These companies (e.g. banks, department stores, specialty stores, airlines, hotels, etc.) have found a powerful tool in catching the attention of prospective card holders: online credit card application. What advantage/s does online credit card application offer? The bottom line of online credit card application is “convenience”.
    article related to: credit, credit card, finances, debt, wealth

  • 7). How To Build Up Your Credit  By : Ken Snow
    There are many effective ways to build credit. In order to keep creditors from bothering you, and in order for you to get a loan with a reasonable interest rate, you need to learn how to build your credit. The best place to start is to not buy things that you don’t need. If you always make impulse buys, you will find yourself in deeper debt very quickly.
    article related to: credit repair, debt help, credit counseling

  • 10). The Importance of Credit Report Monitoring  By : Sandra Stammberger
    Credit report monitoring is a smart move for anyone these days. Credit report monitoring can provide an early warning if someone has committed identity theft against you, a problem that is becoming more and more prevalent as technology makes it easier for thieves to obtain confidential information that in years past would have been harder to get.
    article related to: credit report, credit, finance

  • 11). Best Rewards Credit Cards  By : Richie Chapin
    It's almost a guarantee when you check your mailbox you will have a couple pieces of mail offering you a pre-approved credit card. Now most people will casually discard them without any regard to the offer that is inside. But before you throw away that credit card offer you may want to take a peek at it. Many credit card companies are now offering you FREE rewards just for using your credit card.
    article related to: credit cards, credit, rewards credit cards, cards

  • 13). Credit Cards and Divorce  By : Joseph Kenny
    If you’ve recently divorced or are going through a divorce, one of the important issues that you should settle is how any joint debts are to be handled. This includes mortgages on a jointly owned home and any joint credit cards that you have. You also need to be aware of how failure to pay those debts on time will affect your credit rating – even if your divorce decree states that you are not the party responsible.
    article related to: credit, cards, divorce, separate, couple, fees, charge, payments, interest

  • 15). How To Avoid Bad Credit  By : Joseph Kenny
    Because we live in a society that is dependent on credit, having credit that is bad can make life very difficult. Many high paying jobs won't hire you. Lenders are unlikely to give you a mortgage. Getting an unsecured credit card will also be hard, if not impossible. It is not a secret that many people have less than perfect credit. But why is this, and what can be done about it? Many of the credit problems people experience is a self-inflicted wound.
    article related to: credit, loans, apply, secured, history, bad, avoid, better, check, records, experian, equifax

  • 16). The Travails Of The Pros And Cons Of A Small Business Credit Card  By : Sohel Katir
    For small business credit card getting a sense out of a deal is, in some instances, the most difficult thing to do. This is because most people could not instantly figure out the benefits they can derive from obtaining it. Take for example the case of small business credit card. Some people contend that business credit cards are crucial in the growth of a business, while other s contend that it is just one way of losing their investments.
    article related to: small business credit card

  • 21). Buy A Car With Bad Credit - 4 Tips On Getting Approved  By : Carrie Reeder
    Financing a new or used car with poor credit is feasible. However, there are ways to boost your approval chances and possibly acquire a reasonable interest rate. Do not enter the car buying process blindly. Individuals with good credit have many options. On the other hand, if your credit is bad, you must search for a good deal. Here are four tips to help you obtain a car loan with bad credit.
    article related to: auto loan, car loan, bad credit

  • 22). How to Choose the Right Credit Card For You  By : Richie Chapin
    So your thinking about getting a credit card but your not exactly sure what to look for right? Well there are a lot of different things to consider when applying for a credit card. Some things to think about are the interest rate, annual fees and features the credit card may offer. Here are a few tips that will help you choose the best credit card for you.
    article related to: credit cards, credit, finance, cards

  • 23). The Rise Of Credit Mastercards.  By : Robert Michael
    Credit has become a pillar of the American economy. When people began to look for ways to increase convenience in transactions, credit cards became popular as an effective way to exchange money in a 'cashless' environment, making transactions faster and avoiding the problems associated with dealing in cash. The rise of credit merchants and the widespread use of credit for household transactions has made large financial groups such as MasterCard into catalysts for the daily flow of money between clients and businesses.
    article related to: mastercard, credit, finance, debit, cirrus, business, loan, debt, interest, bank, shopping

  • 25). Should I cancel my unused credit cards?  By : Jakob Jelling
    Should I cancel my unused credit cards? This is a question many people ask themselves and searching for a right answer. If you are one among them this comprehensive guide will help you how your unused credit cards can affect your credit scoring and some tips to be known before you cancel your unused credit cards. Though having one or more credit cards with you is an easy way to get some money urgently, remember your unused credit card can affect your credit scoring.
    article related to: credit cards

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