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How to Make Sure You Don’t Lose Your Credit Card Rewards When You Close the Card

If you’re thinking about opening a rewards credit card just to grab the bonus—or if you’re planning on quickly downgrading to a credit card that doesn’t come with an annual fee—you might want to check your credit card’s fine print.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Use Chargebacks Like an Insurance Policy for Internet Shopping

So you order something from eBay. Or Alibaba. Or some sketchy website you’ve never heard of, because it has the exact sneakers you want when nowhere else does. You know that’s probably a sign it’s too good to be true… but you really want the sneakers, so you foolishly type in your Visa number anyway.Read […]

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How to Book ‘Secret’ Flights with Your Chase Ultimate Rewards Points

Many people like the Chase Sapphire Preferred and Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cards for earning travel rewards, myself included. You can use the points you accumulate to purchase plane tickets through a ton of different airlines, but some of them won’t show up on their site. In those situations, here’s what you do.Read more… Continue […]

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Here’s What to Expect from Uber’s New Credit Card 

Rewards enthusiasts, we know you love your Chase Sapphire credit card. We also know you love hopping on new cards with excellent perks, and now that Uber has jumped into the credit card world, you’re probably wondering if they’re worth your time (and the hard pull on your credit report).Read more… Continue Reading at

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Debitize Connects Your Credit Card to Your Bank Account so You Can Earn Rewards Responsibly

There are benefits to using your credit card over a debit card, but budgeting with a credit card can be trouble. One splurge or miscalculation and you could end up revolving your debt—not a smart move. Debitize, available for Web/ioS, lets you earn rewards without that risk.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Amazon Will Now Give You 2% Cash Back for Paying With Your Debit Card

Amazon wants to reward you for buying stuff from them, but there’s a catch: you have to use your debit card and transfer cash into an Amazon account. It’s not that complicated, but here’s what you should know about the new Amazon Reload program.Read more… Continue Reading at

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