Best Credit Card that Suits Your Needs

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The following post is a sponsored post. Most users have a very basic understanding of credit cards and how they work. To most users, these cards simply represent a line of credit, albeit one that attracts interest. This however, isn’t entirely true. While all credit cards allow you to make instant purchases without needing to […]

Standard Chartered Bank’s Instant Online Credit Card Approval Solution

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Here’s something that I found in my Inbox over the weekend (emphasis mine) — I am writing to you on behalf of Standard Chartered Bank to explore an opportunity to review its latest offering — instant online Credit Card approval solution. Please find below details for the same. Standard Chartered Bank, India’s largest international bank […]

My First Credit Card Experience

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My first tryst with a credit card was about twelve or thirteen years back. My elder sister had just started work at a local software firm where her salary was directly credited into an HSBC Savings Account. Not too later, HSBC offered her a Silver Credit Card with a grand credit limit of Rs 20,000. […]

Tweets on 2011-06-30

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From the “Important Information Document” bundled along with the Manhattan Platinum Credit Card application: Death and Insolvency of a Cardholder: The entire outstanding dues in the Card account shall become payable in full by your successors or assignees in the event of your death or insolvency or winding of your business. Credit APR = 37.20% […]

Tweets on 2009-07-16

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I’ve previously written about creating a real emergency fund with real cash before you use your credit card for emergencies. It so happens that I’ve had to plan for a personal trip towards the end of the year and which will require me to use my credit card (for accommodation, air tickets, etc.). The earlier […]