Read More What is a secured card?

What is a secured card?

Secured cards offer many of the same benefits of traditional credit cards, but are typically easier to qualify for if your credit history is non-existent or poor. If you’re new to credit or are determined to rebuild a previously damaged credit history, a secured card might be just what you need to get the ball […]

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Read More What to do when your credit card is discontinued

What to do when your credit card is discontinued

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Read More The Credit Card Dispute Process

The Credit Card Dispute Process

If you see an unauthorized charge on your credit card account, a billing mistake or you’ve never received merchandise you ordered, you can often file a dispute with your credit card issuer. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) set laws that provide protections for credit cardholders in these situations and can protect you if incorrect charges […]

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Read More Interchange Fees Explained

Interchange Fees Explained

If you’re a merchant, you have to deal with various fees and operating costs that may seem like you’re being nickel-and-dimed. One of the fees you’ll incur for accepting credit and debit card payments is an interchange fee. This is typically charged as a percentage of the total transaction and a flat rate, but varies […]

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