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SuperCharged Secret 2, Credit Card Utopia


INTEREST BEWARE, THERE'S SAFETY IN NUMBERS!Note: The following is part 2 of a 5 part series, Over the course of these 5 articles, I am going to introduce you to several methods for maximizing the use and benefits of the best Credit Cards and offers on the market today. This information, when used in conjunction with one another, is unlike anything you've ever seen before.

SuperCharged Secret 1 of 5 - Credit Card Utopia


I AM THE CONSUMER. AND I HAVE LOW-RATE SUPER-POWERS!Note: The following is part 1 of a 5 part series.

Beware of Bogus Credit Repair Companies!


So-called "credit repair" companies claim they can remove negative information from credit reports. Advertising as "Credit Advisors," "Credit Rating Correction Services" or "Credit Consultants," they trumpet variations on this message: "Turned down because of bad credit? We can help!" Many of these companies charge hundreds if not thousands of dollars for the promise to "clean up" bad credit reports.

Can You Acquire Good Credit Overnight? You Bet


Your credit file may not reflect all your credit accounts. Although most national department store and all-purpose bank credit card accounts will be included in your file, not all creditors supply information to credit bureaus : Some travel, entertainment, gasoline card companies, local retailers, and credit unions are among those creditors that don't.

How to Dispute Credit Report Errors


Your credit report--a type of consumer report--contains information about where you work and live and how you pay your bills. It also may show whether you've been sued or arrested or have filed for bankruptcy.

How Creditors Measure Your Credit Rating


Creditors will measure your credit rating based on the following three main things.CapacityCollateralCharacterThe three "C's" show creditors your:"Capacity" or income to pay the debt"Collateral" or assets to secure the obligation"Character" shows your compliance to repay the debt1.

Negotiating Rates with Your Credit Card Company


Ok, let's face it, everybody hates high credit card rates, and they drain hard earned money out of your wallet. As a valued consumer, it is apparent that you learn how to negotiate to get the absolute best rate that you possibly can.

Lower Your Credit Card Interest Rate Now!


With today's credit card companies, there are many opportunities to get your cards rate of 21% or more reduced. The higher the amount of interest your card charges will cost you more for a simple purchase and ultimately may take you years to pay off instead of months, should you make the minimum payment allowed.

Credit Establishment 101


There will come a day when you need credit. You may want to buy a home or a car and your credit rating will become very important to help make these dreams come true.

Top 5 Reasons To Check Your Credit Report Regularly


#1 Make sure mistakes aren't hurting your credit.Reviewing your credit report can help you avoid costly errors.

Credit Cards For People With Bad Credit Scores


Sometimes life lands you in a situation that causes your credit to suffer. A job loss or illness can send your credit rating south leaving you with nothing to do about it.

How to Avoid Credit Card Late Fees


Everyone hates late fees and being late will cost you dearly these days. For some credit cards today, if you are late, you will have to shell out as much as $40 each time.

Useful Tips On Avoiding Credit and Charge Card Fraud


Credit and charge card fraud costs cardholders and issuers hundreds of millions of dollars each year. While theft is the most obvious form of fraud, it can occur in other ways.

Your Credit Rating and How To Check It


There is a lot of confusion surrounding UK credit ratings, credit scores, credit blacklists, credit reports, and credit files. This guide to your credit rating aims to give you the facts you need.

Choosing A New Credit Card


1. Choosing A new credit cardThere are many reasons for choosing a new credit card.

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