Q: If I already have a debit card through MasterCard, would it make more sense to get a Visa credit card instead of getting another MasterCard?
The only thing that really matters is how well the card will serve your needs. For example, if you use your card mostly for gas and food, you may want a card with a low APR and no annual fee that offers rebates for food and gas. On the other hand, if you are a business person who travels, you might want a card that offers rebates for air miles, with no annual fee and a low APR.
But whether the card is a Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express should have little bearing on your decision. The way you plan to use your card should determine your choice.
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