Are you one of those who find themselves in debt and need to use multiple credit cards to keep things in balance? If yes here are some tips that will show you how to pay off your credit card debt without involving those credit card debt consolidation services. Don’t worry it’s not rocket science, you [...]

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These little plastic cards are easy to lose and common targets for theft, BUT in the future the way we pay may be SIMPLER and SAFER. How? Watch the video and you will find out!

 

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Yes, sadly but it is truth For decades, credit cards have been the best tool for big banks to loan money to poor people at interest rates that they will never be able to pay back. Check out this image it describes this perfectly.

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Old-School Credit Cards

On December 28, 2011 By

Credit cards weren’t always the adorable little pocket debt machines that they are today. They weren’t even plastic until AmEx decided to make some changes in 1959. Let’s travel back in time for a few minutes with these images

 

 

 

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Have you ever stopped to look into the history of your credit card? Where did it originated from? How was this process of paying for your purchases designed? Would you think that the story of credit cards in fact began way back in the Eighteenth century?

From Encyclopedia Britannica:

“the use of [...]

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The most common cause for unpayable debts resides in the erratic credit card impulse purchases. Granted, with the amount of advertisement and so-called benefits of using your credit card to acquire expensive goods, few customers can completely resist the temptation. However, even the small credit purchases tend to accumulate to unimaginable heights, leaving individuals with [...]

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The first form of credit card debt relief will come in the way of debt settlement. Through negotiations, the principal balance of your debt will be reduced. A consumer would not only save a considerable amount of money from the original debt being lowered, but they also would get out of debt much sooner than [...]

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