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With so many credit cards dominating the market these days, people can no longer tell the difference between one card to another. It all seems like a wide array of credit cards all committed to provide the consumers with substantial means in cashless shopping.Published:28-Feb-2005
In determining which credit card to choose, it's best to know the purpose of getting the card. Credit card companies may offer cards to their clients that have flexible terms with varying annual percentage rates or APRs.Published:27-Feb-2005
Credit card is known today as the plastic money. But it stretches the limit of a typical paper money. Credit cards increase the buying power of a consumer because of what is known as the credit limit.Published:27-Feb-2005
The average American mailbox gets sales pitches from credit card companies at about two a day. With this overload of information, choosing the best product that fits your needs can get pretty overwhelming. The sheer number of brochures and application forms not only make it inconvenient to make an intelligent choice, but also adds to unnecessary clutter.Published:26-Feb-2005
Seeing people buying food or shopping clothes using credit cards has been commonplace these days. The phrase "Charge it!" has become a favorite expression of card users, and has been commonly heard in shops, dining places, and elsewhere.Published:26-Feb-2005
Practically everyone in the United States has credit cards. From teenagers to retirees, almost everyone has at least one credit card. Everywhere we go we see ads - in the television, radio, newspapers, billboard advertisements - on credit cards. Some credit cards are even mailed directly to our homes. But what are credit cards and why should you have one?Published:22-Feb-2005