Credit Cards

  • Prime Interest Rate for a Credit Card: What it Is and How to Get it

    The prime rate is a base rate for bank lending. A credit card with a low rate tied to the prime is your best option for a low rate card. Low prime rate cards are harder to find and you'll need to research what is the best prime interest rate for a...
    By Tim Plaehn November 21, 2010

  • How to Find Gift Cards with No Activation Fees

    Have you ever shopped for a picky person? If yes, don't stress! Buy them a gift card! This article list gift cards with no activation fees.
    By Ivana Banks November 17, 2010 

  • Best Debit Cards for Airline Miles

    Nowadays, airline carriers team up with banks to offer debit cards that give mileage and many other benefits to frequent flyers. If you are a frequent flyer, find out what the best airline miles debit cards are in the market.
    By Allyson Heath November 15, 2010 


  • How to Keep Your Visa Credit Card Safe Online

    With the advancement of technology, online purchases have become a part of our daily lifestyles. But if you do not take the appropriate steps to safeguard your private information, you could fall victim to online fraud. Here, we show you how to keep...
    By Ivana Banks November 5, 2010 

  • How to Get a Credit Score Online Safely

    Many companies offer to provide you with your credit score but you may not realize you may be signing up for credit monitoring programs or other programs that lead to monthly or annual fees. Caution should be taken when considering how do I get my credit...
    By Rosanna October 16, 2010 

  • Protect Yourself: Follow These Steps to Prevent Identity Theft

    A physical break-in can leave you feeling vulnerable and afraid, but identity theft is just as scary. This invasion of privacy can cost you lots of money if it goes undetected and it can be hard to bounce back. Check these steps on how to prevent identity...
    By nataliajones October 15, 2010 


  • Reasons Credit Card Companies are Reducing Credit Limit

    Not too long ago credit card companies reducing credit limits would have been the exception, but since the credit crisis it seems to have become the rule. Read on to find out why and how this practice can affect you.
    By nataliajones October 12, 2010 

  • Unconventional Credit Repair Techniques That Might Work For Credit Cards

    Fixing credit issues that have occurred due to Credit Cards can be a long and winding road. If you've tried to work directly with collection agencies and the issuing bank of your cards to no available there are several "unconventional" ways...
    By Finn Orfano October 5, 2010 

  • The Difference Between a Credit Card and Debit Card

    If your debit card has a visa logo on it and can be used anywhere Visa is accepted, is it the same as a credit card? Absolutely not, and the difference is crucial to financial health. Many people don't realize that the difference between a credit...
    By sherisaid September 7, 2010 

  • The Benefits of Paying with Credit Cards: A Guide for Merchants and Entrepreneurs

    Information about credit cards usually takes the point of view of the buyer. Here are some of the benefits enjoyed by merchants and entrepreneurs. Learn whether your business should accept credit cards for payment.
    By John Garger July 19, 2010 
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