Four Things to Look For In an Emergency Credit Card

By Stephen Fisherton on July 27, 2013 | Credit Card Advice | Comments Off on Four Things to Look For In an Emergency Credit Card

Everyone should be prepared for the inevitable and unexpected emergency. A credit card is a good way to be prepared, but what traits make a good emergency card? We’ll discuss them in this article.

Why an Emergency Fund Is Superior to a Credit Card

By Stephen Fisherton on July 24, 2013 | Credit Card Tips | Comments Off on Why an Emergency Fund Is Superior to a Credit Card

Many people think credit cards are a great way to handle emergencies, but the truth is that an emergency fund is far superior to credit cards in every aspect.

Watch Out for These Common Credit Card Theft Scenarios

By Eliza Daglish on July 18, 2013 | Identity Theft | Comments Off on Watch Out for These Common Credit Card Theft Scenarios

Anyone who is worried about credit card theft should be concerned less with physical theft and more considered with identity theft. In this article, we will outline a few common scenarios.

How to Handle Credit Card Balance Transfers

By Eliza Daglish on July 10, 2013 | Balance Transfer | Comments Off on How to Handle Credit Card Balance Transfers

No one should initiate a credit card balance transfer before they understand the procedure and responsibilities that come with it. We’ll outline these so you can make the right decision.

How to Dispute Unauthorized Credit Card Charges

By Leni Parrish on July 3, 2013 | Identity Theft | Comments Off on How to Dispute Unauthorized Credit Card Charges

Anyone who has noticed unauthorized charges on a credit card should act immediately. We will discuss the process in order to help you obtain a favorable resolution.

Four Things Your Credit Card Company Won’t Tell You

By Leni Parrish on June 26, 2013 | Credit Card General | Comments Off on Four Things Your Credit Card Company Won’t Tell You

Credit card companies have tons of tricks up their sleeves. We will discuss three particular negatives that credit card companies often never publicly disclose to their cardholders.

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