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Google launches service to give users more control over services; watchdog groups calls for more privacy
If you are an entrepreneur hoping to start a new business, a business credit card may be just the thing you need. Although business credit cards have been around for many years, they have only recently started to provide incentives that are truly enticing to those starting a new business. When business credit cards were first offered to the businessperson, they were geared more toward corporate executives. This is no longer true. Today, credit card companies realize the value of the small bus
Rebate credit cards have proven recently to be a great favorite among consumers. Credit card rebates could mean you’re getting discounts whenever you use your rebate credit card for purchasing items of any kind for that matter. Credit card rebates are similar to cash back credit cards with which you could accumulate points towards a rebate structure. This is based on how much the card is used over a period of time and depending on the different kinds of rebates and promotional offers that are
In an article titled " Credit card giants create debit havoc ", Dana Flavelle and Rita Trichur write for the Toronto Star about small merchant reactions to the introduction of Visa and MasterCard debit products into Canada.
What happens to one’s credit when the person’s sole credit card is taken and used illegally? We’re not sure how this will affect efforts to refinance, as this is my wife’s only credit card. She will be receiving a replacement in the next week and will have an affidavit indicating that the charges were not hers. Any suggested approaches to ensuring that her credit info is considered before the card was stolen and the account closed?
Does your heart skip when the phone rings? Are you afraid to open the mail and get another letter from a debt collector? If so, you are not alone. Many Americans are in debt up to their eyebrows and most don’t even know what options are available to help them. They just struggle paycheck to paycheck, make minimum payments and watch with frustration as the interest rates eat all the payment and the debt seems to just grow. Credit counseling is one option to help deal with debt problems, but be
In the book Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz, he talks about how there are two types of people, maximizers and satisficers (think satisfy + suffice). I will simply quote the excellent summary from the book’s Wikipedia page : A maximizer is like a perfectionist, someone who needs to be assured that their every purchase or decision was the best that could be made. The way a maximizer knows for certain is to consider all the alternatives they can imagine. This creates a psychologically