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Cash back as a best reward option

Bank One Credit Cards

3:31 pm 09/21/2011

Bank One used to be the sixth-largest bank in USA, but it merged with JPMorgan Chase in 2004. If you used to have a credit card of that bank in the past, you should check Chase card options or shop around for another popular credit cards. Here is the short review of available credit cards by Chase. To make things even more confusing there are two more banks in the US with similar names- Capital One and Credit One (which | Read more

apply for discover credit card

5:14 pm 07/29/2011

Discover is one of the major credit card companies in United States. It offers customers a combination of reasonable rates and nice rewards. Originally it was founded by the largest US retailer Sears. Now Discover credit cards are issued by Discover Bank and the processing goes through Discover Network, Discover Debit cards are processed through Pulse payment system. There are some good reasons why clients in US love Discover cards and often prefer them to VISA and Master Card issued | Read more

Rewards Credit Cards

9:47 pm 06/09/2011

When we spend a huge amount of money through a credit card it becomes very tempting to be able to receive something in return – As we all know sharing is caring. Currently there are several ways you can get rewarded for your spending habits: cash rewards, bonus points, air miles, an extra discount at your favorite stores. When banks first started reward programs they just wanted to encourage the loyalty for the best most spending customers. But then the | Read more

credit cards Cash back

1:22 am 05/09/2011

Cash back is proven to be one of the best incentives to encourage customers to use a credit card. Basically with a credit card that offers cash back you can benefit from taking 1-5% of your spending back to your account for the other customers expense. Read below how it happens and what are the best cash back options for you to consider. Credit card reward programs today typically offer 0.5-2% cash back, it is not much compared to th | Read more