Help May Be on the Way for Credit Cardholders

Hearings Held on Proposed Credit Card Bill of Rights Law If some legislators have their way, credit card companies will no longer be able to gouge consumers with exorbitant fees resulting from unfair practices such as double-cycle billing, surreptitiously changing payment due-dates, charging repeated fees for over-limit violation, and raising …

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Accept Credit Card Payments on Your Website

Take the Guesswork Out of Opening a Merchant Account Selling items or information online is fast becoming a second source of income for many, and the sole source of income for some. Being able to accept real-time online payments automates the process which means money in your bank account without …

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Stop Struggling with Credit Card Debt

If you are struggling to pay your credit card debt, do not give up. It may seem like you will be trapped forever in a seemingly endless cycle of late charges, over the limit fees and outrageous interest rates, but you do have some options. The first thing to look …

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Managing Your Credit Card(s)

Everybody wants plastic! I mean, let’s face it, its the primary method of payment nowadays, right? Seriously, think about it. How many places can you or do you use your credit card or debit card? The grocery store, department stores, the quick lube shop you get your oil changed at, …

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Credit Card Companies Gone Bad

When Good Credit Can Blindside You A friend of mine had a recent incident with American Express that I found somewhat curious and unsettling. I thought my writing about the incident would be beneficial to those that may have placed themselves in the same type of situation with Amex. I …

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Finding a Great Cash-Back Credit Card

Free Money, but Watch Out for Card Issuer Tricks If yours is one of the 30% of households who carry credit cards but pays off the balance each month (source: Federal Reserve), the interest rate on your cards matters little to you. With many credit cards not charging annual fees, …

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