The prepaid debit card comes of age Written by Curtis ArnoldMore than 1 in 8 American consumers now carry reloadable prepaid debit cards, according to a new report from Javelin Strategy & Research. Stronger rewards, cheaper fees, and changing attitudes about traditional banks all contributed to the growth of prepaid debit, even during a period that saw many banks shrink the number of their traditional [...]
Best credit cards for bad credit of July 2020 Written by Susan Manning
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7 reasons to choose credit, not debit Written by Rich Mintzer
Debit card use has increased significantly during the recent economic downturn, particularly for smaller purchases, according to Pulse. But it's too soon to predict the demise of the credit card. For those who use credit responsibly, credit cards are still king.
The prudent use of credit cards can help you tremendously when it comes to buying [...]
What's hot--and not--about prepaid debit cards Written by Beverly Blair HarzogIf you listen to the media, you'd think we'd all dropped our credit cards in favor of swiping prepaid debit cards instead. Sure, there's plenty to like about prepaid debit cards, but there are various downsides to think about, too. Before you kick your credit card to the curb, take a look at what's hot--and [...]
Credit Card Vs Debit Card: What's the Difference? Written by Mike KillianAbout a year or two ago, I received a letter and a brand new ATM card from my bank. The letter bragged about the new and improved card that could now act as a debit card. So I exchanged the old card for the new one and tore up the letter before throwing it in [...]