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Promotional Financing Spurs Buying Decisions, Says Survey

[Thursday, September 10th, 2015]

When making major purchases—spending $500 or more—people are swayed by promotional financing offers, such as credit cards that carry a 0% APR for the first year or longer.

Newest 0% APR Credit Cards Forgive Fees

[Wednesday, September 4th, 2013]

It’s one of the cardinal rules of using credit cards: never miss the payment due date. But that is changing with some of the newer cards on the market.
Paying the minimum amount due even one day late can result in getting slapped with a hefty late fee for a traditional card—often around $35.

0% APR credit cards for people with excellent credit history

[Saturday, August 20th, 2011]

If you have been managing your finances wisely and have not gone beyond your spending means, you are in luck. Almost all the major credit card lenders are looking to sign on people with excellent credit scores and make them a part of their business because they fall under the low risk category and the banks can be assured about repayment of the borrowed money.

0% APR credit card deals you should not miss

[Tuesday, April 26th, 2011]

The strong competition in the credit card industry has forced almost all credit card providers to offer steal deals to bring in new customers. While there are innumerable strategies that are employed by these companies, it is the 0% APR deals that are the most sought after by consumers.

The best 0% APR balance transfer offer in the month of february

[Thursday, March 3rd, 2011]

Just like it was in the month of January, the best 0% APR balance transfer promotional offers on credit cards from Discover, for the month of February is for a limited period of time only. While one card does not charge a fee on balance transfers, the others offer 0% APR for two years.

Comparing low interest credit card offers

[Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010]

Credit card balances are normally carried forward month after month by some cardholders, but with the high interest rates it is more sensible to look for ways to reduce interest rates each month while carrying balances forward. Cardholders basically have two choices while carrying balances forward. The first being opting for a 0 APR balance […]

Comparing credit cards with low interest rates

[Wednesday, October 20th, 2010]

Half of the credit card customers in the country carry an outstanding balance on their credit cards month after month.

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