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Can I use my Visa credit card to shop at Old Navy?

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You can use any credit card or debit card to pay for your purchases at Old Navy. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, and Diners Club International cards are accepted at all Old Navy stores and websites. Continue reading
Can I buy an eGiftCard using my Old Navy credit card?

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No. You can use your VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover card or PayPal to pay for an eGiftCard. Old Navy credit cards (as well as Gap credit cards and Banana Republic credit cards) are not accepted as payment for an eGiftCard purchase. Continue reading
Are loan consolidations a good idea to accompany a car loan?

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This can be a good idea if your loans have several payments due at different days of the month. By consolidating your loans you can raise your credit score and lower your monthly payments. If you want to consolidate your loans by applying for a balance transfer credit card, you should have at least fair ... Continue reading
Where can I earn rewards with my Old Navy store card?

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With your Old Navy card you can shop and earn rewards in stores or online at Gap, GapBody, babyGap, GapKids, Gap Maternity, Gap Outlet, Banana Republic, Banana Republic Factory Store, Old Navy, Piperlime or Athleta. You won’t earn rewards for purchases made at Intermix stores or intermixonline.com. Continue reading
How do I check my credit score?

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Everyone has the right to get one free credit report a year from each of the credit bureaus. Information about credit scores is not usually free though. Continue reading
What is the difference between a regular Discover card and a Walmart Discover card?

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On the Walmart card, the Discover logo is a service mark, meaning the credit card is accepted at all locations which accept Discover. Continue reading
Do I have to pay anything to get a credit card?

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General credit cards do not usually have upfront fees. Secured cards require a security deposit. Some shopping cards have application fees. Read the cards terms and conditions to see what fees are charged. Continue reading
I have just come to the U.S. and I am trying to build my credit. I have a Capital One Platinum Credit Card and my question is whether it is best to pay after I make a purchase or pay the complete bill once a month?

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You can pay either way as long as you make your payment before the due date. If you are late or miss a payment, it will negatively affect your credit score. Also, it is good to use only 30% of the available credit limit if you plan to carry a balance. But if you are paying it off every month, you can ... Continue reading
How to know my current balance?

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If you have access to the online account, log in to your account to see your current balance. If not, then you should contact your credit card issuer directly by calling at the number shown on the back of your credit card. If you've lost your credit card or do not have it for any other reason, a quick ... Continue reading
Does the 18-month leeway apply to each medical procedure? For example, I have a crown this month and then an implant six months from now. Does the 18-months start differently for each procedure or is it a one-time deal?

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The 0% interest introductory period on a credit card starts when the credit card issuer opens the credit account. Charges made and paid off during this period won’t accrue any interest. There is only one intro period. Continue reading

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