Credit CARDS – How TO PLAY SAFE? - Other Questions


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Answered on | Updated on June 19th, 2010
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Credit cards are a huge part of our home and business. We have all gotten used to it to such an extent, that it is a big part of all our lives today.

Everybody knows how important credit scores are, they are as vital as our social security number. No matter what needs you have for any sort of financial agreements and deals you will need records of credit scores to make things work out. If your credit scores are poor or if you have not been paying attention to the payments on your card, you will have a lot of problems with all your finances. Your credit scores will be in really bad shape and you will need to do something to make sure you can be eligible for a loan or any other requirements.

If you have however paid attention to your credit scores, kept track of your payments and due dates you are likely to have a very good credit score. If your credit score is on the better side, it will definitely be easier for you to get sanctioned for loans or be eligible for any other payments. You will also be able to receive credit cards which have good reward programs and also low interest rates and no annual fees. It is important that you keep your credit scores up and well in order to receive good offers when you apply for credit.

When your credit worthiness is good you will have no problems receiving excellent reward programs at low interest rates, this will help you save on your purchases in the form of great discounts, rewards on travel and hotel stays. All of this is bound to make things brighter for you on any occasion. If you wish to make the most of your credit cards, be sure that your credit and debit ratio does not go wrong. Keep it at a balance and make sure you do pay off whatever balance is accumulated every month. People with good credit scores can opt for a 0 on balance transfer to a card which is interest free and settle the outstanding amount more conveniently following that.

If you know and use your credit cards responsibly you will have no problems whatsoever with maintaining good credit at all times! Make sure you keep a track of all the payment dates and interests accumulating so that you do not fall into the defaulters list and end up with bad credit scores.

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