A credit card agreement you can actually READ? Written by Geoff Williams December 20, 2011If a picture is worth a thousand words, a typical credit card agreement would require five pictures.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has a better idea. On Dec. 7, the newly formed consumer agency debuted a template of a greatly streamlined agreement they would like to see behind all new consumer credit card offers. It's worded [...]Posted in:Credit Card EducationFinancial Literacy
Interactive Credit Education for Students Written by Mike Killian November 11, 2008Editor's Note: This article is part of a popular Q & A format series in which we interview experts and industry professionals that have made significant contributions to the credit card industry.Now and then you stumble into a heretofore little known website that has the potential to significantly impact high school youth and young adults [...]Posted in:Credit Card EducationCredit ScoreStudent Credit Cards
Negotiate a Better Credit Card Rate Written by Curtis Arnold September 16, 2008An excerpt from How YOU Can Profit from Credit Cards: Using Credit to Improve Your Financial Life and Bottom Line.When you've taken a gander at the current rates being offered, you can use them as a negotiating tool with your card issuer. Trying to bargain down your rate might sound like an intimidating, complex process, [...]Posted in:Credit Card EducationCredit Card Interest
CardRatings is excited to announce the launch of the 100% Free CardRatings Email Course to Learn How to Maximize Travel Rewards.
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We partnered with ChooseFI to combine CardRatings’ offer expertise with ChooseFI’s tried and true travel rewards strategies. Get to know ChooseFI: they have changed tens of thousands of lives and recently won Podcast of the Year at FinCon.
You may think you are a rewards travel expert, but rewards strategies are changing (e.g., the days of card churning and manufactured spending are numbered). Learn powerful, sustainable strategies (a couple of which even you die-hard travel experts might not know). You'll be so glad you did.
We're planning more courses for the future; this is just the beginning of our journey.