8 unexpected places you can use your credit card

By cardratings.com, CardRatings contributor
Updated, March 4, 2011
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use credit cards at churchWhether you want to make a one-time offering or set up recurring tithe contributions, chances are your place of worship takes plastic.

Not wanting to miss out on generous benefactors who never seem to have cash in their pockets, some churches and synagogues have turned to companies like Holy Processing, which sets up places of worship with credit card processing capability, in order to accept donations on plastic.

"I'm glad my church offers this because I can make a contribution and accumulate reward points at the same time," says Charles Sweeney of Los Angeles. "I pay my bill off every month so the reward points are a real bonus."

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