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   Things You Need To Know About Credit Card Debt Services

Going in debt is an unavoidable situation but there is always a solution that people can use to recover from it, and one way is to seek assistance from credit card debt services. These services are designed to provide solutions to help people recover and become debt free. Debt relief strategies such as going out for debt services can dramatically improve your credit record. But be aware that... More Info
   All You Need To Know About Student Credit Cards

STUDENT CREDIT CARD A credit card is a loan agreement Essentially, a student credit card is a loan agreement. When you apply for a credit card, the creditor will establish a spending limit from which you borrow for purchases and/or cash. Each time you make a purchase your creditor pays the vendor (for example, Visa will send a check to the Gap for your new jeans). You then owe... More Info
   Terms On Credit Cards Will Keep Getting Worse, FICO Survey Finds

American consumers should brace for lower credit limits and higher interest rates on their credit cards in the months to come, according to a new survey of risk officers at financial institutions across the country. Credit score company FICO sponsored a survey of 127 risk managers at U.S. firms to gauge their thoughts on the future of consumer credit availability in the next three months,... More Info
   How can I stretch my grocery budget

Use a rewards credit card as part of your grocery shopping strategy.If there are fewer items on your grocery list these days, you're not alone. Consumers across the country are tightening their belts—and trimming the fat from their supermarket purchases. Using credit card reward and rebate offers can be one of several strategies to stretch your limited household resources. The average... More Info
   Recent Changes in Credit Card Laws

Interested in what the new credit card laws mean for you? Heres a quick rundown of some of the changes weve seen in the recent credit card legislation changes and how it can benefit you: Banks cant raise interest rates on existing credit card balances unless a promotional rate ends, youve been late with a payment, or the card has a variable rate. Interest on new balances can only be... More Info
   Forex Foreign exchange market

The foreign exchange market (forex, FX, or currency market) is a form of exchange for the global decentralized trading of international currencies. Financial centers around the world function as anchors of trading between a wide range of different types of buyers and sellers around the clock, with the exception of weekends. The foreign exchange market determines the relative values of different... More Info
   7 Credit Card Disasters Who Became Credit Masters

Repaying big credit card balances is hard enough, but remaining debt-free can be even more of a challenge. The best advice on how to stay debt-free comes from people who have climbed their way out of debt -- and stayed out. Here are the stories of seven former credit disasters who became masters of their cards. 1. Reclaim Power With a Ceremony Jeffery Taylor of Scottsdale, Ariz., is a... More Info
   Lockheed Federal Credit Union Check Card Rewards

Earn rewards points on virtually every purchase you make! How It Works Earn one rewards point every time you use your Visa check card for all the things you normally buy - gas, groceries, shopping, dining, even online purchases. You'll earn one point for every $2 in "signature" based purchases you make. There is no limit to the number of points you can earn, and your points will never... More Info
   Discover Credit Cards

America witnessed the start of a revolution in the credit card industry when Discover card was unveiled nationally during the 1986 Super Bowl. A "Dawn of Discover" commercial featured a rising sun, uplifting images of traditional American life and the simple message: "Very few things cost you nothing to get and pay you back every day. But now the Discover card does." Discover made it known... More Info
   Discover Miles Credit Card

Annual Percentage Rate (APR) For Purchases 0.0% for 6 months from the date of account opening;* then the standard APR, a rate between 11.99% variable and 19.99% variable Other APRs Balance Transfers: 0.0% for 6 months from the date of account opening for balance transfers made with your application*, then the standard APR for purchases. Cash Advances: 23.99% variable Default Rate:... More Info


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