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Low APR Credit Cards NEWS

Over 80% Cardholders’ Requests for a Lower APR Get Approved

[Thursday, April 25th, 2019]

Recent CompareCards survey found out that for the past year more than 80% credit card owners asking for a lower APR scored a success. 1000 credit card holders took part in the survey. They were asked whether in the past year they turned to their credit cards issuers with a request to waive or reduce […]

Holiday Shoppers Have Opportunities To Earn Extra Rewards This Season

[Friday, November 23rd, 2018]

As the season of giving approaches, many people may find themselves wondering how they can make the most of their money this year—and not find themselves paying off debt at high interest rates when January rolls around.

New Marriott Rewards Credit Card Aims To Help Cardholders Fulfill Travel Dreams

[Saturday, May 19th, 2018]

It’s been said that the world is a book, and those who don’t travel read only one page. If that’s true, then the folks at Marriott International and Chase Card Services are determined to get people reading more chapters in that book.

Study Shows Where It’s Hardest To Pay Off Credit Card Debt

[Friday, November 3rd, 2017]

If you live in Florida or Georgia, chances are, you have a harder time paying off credit card debt than folks in Iowa and Nebraska.

Digital-Friendly Retailers Make Gains With Millennials

[Friday, April 28th, 2017]

Retailers without a mobile-friendly component are suffering in the wake of the digital revolution, according to recent statistics that examine the buying and shopping habits of the younger generation.

Geolocation Feature Added to US Bank Credit Cards

[Thursday, October 20th, 2016]

Everyone with a credit card and a love for travel has probably had the experience of having their card suddenly stop working while they’re on vacation, because it was frozen by the fraud prevention department of their card issuer. At the very least, you’ve gotten a call asking if a charge was legitimate, because the purchase was made far from home.

Poll Shows One in Five People Fund Lifestyle with Credit Cards

[Monday, September 29th, 2014]

Credit cards are meant to make life easier, not to add an increased burden. But for many people, using credit cards means getting into debt and living a lifestyle they can’t afford, says the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC). These people may think life is easier with credit cards, but in the long run, being in debt is compromising their quality of life.

Use of Credit Cards Spikes as Delinquencies Plummet

[Thursday, August 1st, 2013]

As the economy continues to recover and the job market improves, more people are getting and using credit.
People are not only using credit cards more, they are paying their bills on time. Credit card delinquencies-defined by a payment 90 days late or more-are at their lowest rate since 1990, according the American Bankers Association (ABA).

Gas prices, food prices, and the cost of living are all on the rise. And so is your credit card’s APR.

[Friday, October 14th, 2011]

Many credit cards offer enticing introductory offers and teaser rates boasting zero percent APRs and lowered interest rates. Usually low APR rates last for the first twelve months of opening a new credit card account. But after those 12 months, many consumers may be shocked to find an excessively high APR rate. Once the probationary […]

Be cautious while applying for low APR credit cards

[Wednesday, April 20th, 2011]

It is beyond doubt that low APR credit cards have a lot of takers because of the benefits that come with the territory. However, it is also important to note that a number of credit card lenders are making use of this weakness of people to lure them into applying for their credit cards terming […]