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What the difference is between a store credit card and a MasterCard or Visa. Can you explain how they are each meant to be used?

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It can be a little bit confusing to understand the difference between these types of cards, for sure. After all, they look the same and both function as credit cards. Continue reading

I shop frequently at Massey stores, and am wondering what is the best type of credit card for me to get, if I’d like to save on purchases. Their store credit card offers a ”buy now, pay later” option, but I am more interested in saving money and getting rewards than on paying off purchases over time.

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It sounds like the best type of card for you would be a cash back credit card, or even a travel rewards card, rather than a store credit card. If you are planning to pay your purchases off in full each month and not carry a balance, there is really no reason to look for […] Continue reading

I have a Masseys.com credit card, but it is not offering me the cash back rewards I was hoping for. It seems to only offer delayed financing for purchases. The interest rate seems high to me, but I don’t know for sure. How do I know if this is a good card or not?

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In general, a card with an annual percentage rate, or APR, above ten percent will not be considered a low-interest credit card. If you’re looking for a card that offers a good APR, you’ll want to stay away from store credit cards and focus your search on cards that are issued by larger… Continue reading

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