How Credit Cards Work for Newbies: Credit Card Debt, Processing, Fraud Prevention, and More Kindle Edition

February 19, 2017

“…Consumers should shop around for credit cards before settling on one. Many different credit cards are available, each offering a different interest rate, annual fee, and some, even offering bonus features. By shopping around, an individual can find one that best meets their needs. They can also get the best deal when it comes to using their credit card.

When it comes to credit cards, always try to spend no more than you can pay off at the end of each billing cycle. By doing this, you can help to avoid high interest rates, late fees and other such financial pitfalls. This is also a great way to keep your credit score high.

If you want to get a credit card, but do not have established credit, consider finding a co-signer. A co-signer can be a parent, sibling, trusted friend or anyone else who has already established credit. They must be willing to sign, stating they will pay the balance due on the card if you do not pay it. This is a great way to get your first credit card and begin to build your credit…”

 

 

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