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Personal Loans and Your Credit Score
By Joe Hanoa
Did you know that your credit score will most definitely impact the rate you pay on loans? That’s right, the higher your credit score the lower your interest rate will be for a home mortgage, auto Read more...


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How To Deal With Credit Card Mail Offers
By Peter Kenny
If you are annoyed by the constant credit card junk mail that you receive, then you are not alone. People all over the country are receiving literally dozens of credit cards offers every year, most Read more...

Car Reward Credit Cards - Earn a New Vehicle Now
By Jeremy Biberdorf
With a car reward credit card, your credit card spending could be earning points towards a new car or vehicle related rewards. What reward is better than a brand new car? Here is a comparison of some Read more...

Finding Business Solutions with Business Credit Cards
By Morgan Hamilton
Are you an owner of a small business? If you are, then you should look into business credit cards. You can benefit from this credit card because it will allow you to keep your personal and business Read more...

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Credit Card Offers to Avoid
By Joe Hanoa
Not all card offers are worth the paper that they are written on. In fact, some are downright terrible. With the thousands of offers out there, why would anyone choose anything less than a terrific offer? Well, if your isn’t good that could be a big reason why you chose a particular offer. Yet, even some offers for people with good are substandard. Keep reading and we’ll look at the different card offers that really should be avoided.

Low Interest, Low Credit Line – If you are offering a low interest rate card what good is it if the line is too low? Nice of them to offer to you a 3% opening APR, however with a line of one thousand dollars or less you’ll have a hard time making use of their “good offer.”

Application Fee – Paying an application fee is ridiculous. The only cards requiring such a stipulation are those for people with terrible credit. If you have bad credit, the last thing you need is another card. Expect to pay an elevated interest rate too for the “privilege” of using one of these cards.

Annual Fee – There are so many cards out there not charging an annual fee, so why would you pick one that does? Well, in the case of some business cards or perk laden consumer cards a small, annual fee could be worth it. However, if you are being charged $35 a year for a card with a line of $500 or $1000 then you are being taken to the cleaners.

Penalty APRs – Watch out for that card offer touting a low rate. It could double or triple the moment you are late even just once with a payment. Think 6.9% is an attractive

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rate? Think again if you are late: how does 25.9% sound to you? Awful!

No Deal Convenience Checks – If you haven’t used your card in some time, don’t be surprised if you find a heavier than usual envelope in the mail offering to you convenience checks to pay off expenses. In most cases these checks are not only convenient, but costly. You could be charged the cash advance rate to borrow money and/or a fee to use each check. Only go for those deals where fees are not charged and borrowing rates are very low. Read the fine print!

Certainly, most card offers are decent but you need to know what you are getting before agreeing to a card that is no bargain at all.
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