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How to Choose the Best 0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

Like many working class individuals, I had accumulated some unnecessary credit card debt along the way. With all the credit card processing companies out there, it makes it that much easier to over-use credit cards. It was manageable credit card debt, but with an interest rate that was hovering around 15%, I knew I could do better. …

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Citibank O% APR on Purchases and Balance Transfers

Although there have been some drastic changes in the credit card realm, there are still several good offers available to card holders.   Recently, Citibank just released an update to their Citi® Diamond Preferred® Rewards Card and the Citi CashReturns® Card.  If you’re looking a good credit card that is offering 0% on Purchases and 0% on balance transfers, then …

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Follow-up “All Credit Card Companies are Not The Same” The Return Call!

I really need to follow up on my last post “All Credit Card Companies Are Not the Same” with an update.  Unlike Roland Burris, Junior Senator of Illinois, I believe it is only fair to present all the facts.  One day after I posted my rant about Bank of America on www.consumerboomer.com, I received a call from a very nice gentleman I …

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New Credit Card Laws 2010: Maybe not be what it was cracked up to be!

As I’m sure you’ve heard by now, there is a new federal credit card law that finally just went into effect February 22, 2010.  The intent to these credit card law changes was to add protection for consumers, but according to this Boomer, they have missed the mark by a mile.  Here’s a some reasons …

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