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No Interest Credit Cards - Explained!

A no interest credit card is ideally the kind of credit card everyone wants. Who wouldn't want to be able purchase items and not pay any monthly interest fees even on high balances? Most people would .
(May 07, 2008)
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How To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

To most of us ID theft is one of the worst things we can experience in our life. It is a demoralizing, dehumanizing and extremely inconvenient thing to happen. Do you know the worst part of it? We're .
(May 05, 2008)
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How To Avoid Being Ripped Off By Identity Theft Protection ..

When it comes to Identity Theft Protection & Credit Repair Companies, you'll find there are hundreds upon hundreds of organizations promising to work miracles on your credit report. You'll find ..
(May 05, 2008)
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Free Prepaid Credit Cards - Explained!

A free prepaid credit card may be the best solution to keeping debt free and managing monthly expenses. Unlike a traditional high interest credit card, a free prepaid card works by simply adding ..
(April 17, 2008)
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Identity Theft - The 'Max Black' Report - Reviewed

Identity theft and identity theft prevention is a very hot consumer issue for 2008. Max Black is an Identity Theft expert who has an added edge over other industry Guru's - He's also a victim of ..
(March 20, 2008)
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Identity Theft - Are We Really At Risk?

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing consumer crime in the United States, with an estimated 7 million US citizens becoming victims in the last year. Quite expectedly, this is a great concern ..
(March 28, 2008)
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The 'DIY' Identity Theft Prevention Guide

Identity theft is still the number one consumer crime in the United States today, with the fastest growing form of this being unauthorized access to banking, credit and checking accounts. This has ..
(March 21, 2008)
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How To Avoid Identity Theft From Wi-Fi Hackers

With the ever increasing popularity of wireless internet connections, individuals are now often connecting to unsecured Wi-Fi networks to surf the net instead of paying for their own accounts. ..
(March 21, 2008)
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How To Report Identity Theft In 3 Steps

If you believe or suspect that you may be becoming a victim of identity theft you must take a set of action steps instantly. The quicker you act, the greater your chances of limiting the damage an ..
(March 21, 2008)
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7 Ways To Prevent Identity Theft!

Identity Theft is a rapidly expanding crime in the United States with over 7 million victims between 2007 and 2008. With so many people falling victim to this invisible crime, now is the time to ..
(March 20, 2008)
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How To Get Your Free Instant Credit Report

Traditionally it used to be very difficult for consumers to get hold of their credit report and score. The general attitude was that the information used was private to the lender and they would not ..
(March 19, 2008)
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Why Should I Check My Credit Report?

A credit report is a critical document that records your entire personal financial history. It is also a measure of your creditworthiness. If your creditworthiness is below par, then you may not be ..
(March 19, 2008)
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How To Check Your Credit Rating For Free!

Are you thinking of applying for a loan, overdraft, or a mortgage soon? If so you could save yourself a great deal of hassle, save yourself money and even get a lower interest rate by making sure ..
(March 19, 2008)
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How To Get Your Free Credit Rating Online!

Within the United States there are three main credit referencing bureau's used by lenders when considering your applications. These are Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. These bureau's are ..
(March 19, 2008)
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The Top 6 Questions About Credit Reports!

Your credit report is more important than you actually realise! It is the only piece of information a creditor or lender will look at when deciding whether to approve or deny your application. It ..
(March 19, 2008)
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Get Your Free Credit Rating Online!

Your credit report is the single most important piece of information used by lenders and creditors when considering your applications. The information contained within your report will be the main ..
(March 19, 2008)
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How To Get Your Annual Credit Report Free!

You can obtain your personal credit report from Experian, Equifax and Trans Union by simply filling out the annual credit report request form, which is available from the FTC website. After you've ..
(March 19, 2008)
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How To Check Your Credit Report!

Credit bureaus are companies that collect and record our personal financial records such as payment history, past credit problems, and financial status. This is used by credit providers to assess our .
(February 22, 2008)
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All You Need To Know When Choosing A Credit Card

A credit card can be a very useful asset if you use it right. They can be used in a variety of situations right from buying goods and paying fees to withdrawing emergency cash loans or renting an ..
(January 31, 2008)
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Airlines Credit Cards - Explained!

Airlines credit cards work by giving the cardholder a point for every dollar they spend or a certain amount of points for certain purchases. These points add up to airmiles, and these airmiles can ..
(January 18, 2008)
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Prepaid Credit Cards - Explained!

Say hello to the newest addition to the plastic fantastic family, the Pre Paid Credit Cards! Providing a huge range of consumers with the facility to own a zero risk credit card to suits their needs! .
(January 03, 2008)
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Understand Your Credit Card Minimum Payment!

The ‘minimum payment’ is probably the most misunderstood aspect of credit card debt today. Many of us stick to the minimum payment option on a monthly basis in the mis-belief that we are ..
(December 21, 2007)
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How To Reduce Your Credit Card Interest In ONE Simple Step!

For anybody who uses a credit card, interest is the one thing we hate most! Each and every month credit card providers add interest to your account as a charge for borrowing on the credit card they ..
(December 20, 2007)
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Student Credit Cards - Are They For You?

A student credit card can be a great way to deal with difficult times during your study years, however they can also be disastrous to your wallet, your bank account, your credit file and even your ..
(December 14, 2007)
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Have Your Credit Card Fee Cancelled!

Depending on the type of credit card, your card provider and your personal circumstances, you may find that you're charged an annual fee for owning a credit card. These fees can range from $20 to ..
(December 18, 2007)
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