So I didn’t get a package I ordered the other day. I was so frustrated on the phone trying to verbally prove to them that I am not lying, I have no idea where it is, and yes,
I just signed up for this card because it is giving the first year’s annual fee of $99 for free ($0), and 10% back on purchases up to a spend of $2000. Basically, a $200 tota
So I was buying a bunch of fridge separators over the phone, ordering from an Australian company, and had to read out my Visa info out loud. A woman at a parking pay machine nearby
I am completely flabbergasted, but not shocked at how little people know about credit cards, credit scores and so on. The misconceptions of what cards do, and cannot do, is kind of
I hear a lot of horror stories, via blog readers, Instagram follower direct messages, and just in life. Know what they all have in common? Women who didn’t think it was going
I have never paid a penny in interest or fees in my life for credit cards, and yet I still manage to max out the interest I earn on my savings. How?
I've been frittering away money in small sums which adds up very quickly to a big bill at the end of the month.
Travel Series: Should you use cash, credit, or travelers checks when you travel abroad to get the best exchange rate?
What should you carry when you travel abroad? Cash? Cards? Traveler's Cheques? It is always difficult to know what to bring.
So I think I may have mentioned this some time before, but my unusual-but-effective way of paying my credit cards each time I pay with it goes a little something like this: Buy som