8 Credit Card Offers That Could Backfire Later
Credit card companies have their own interests before yours. Read between the lines before accepting an offer.
Gerri Detweiler has been helping consumers find answers to credit questions for two decades. As a noted expert on credit issues, she has appeared on The Today Show and Dateline NBC as well as given advice to The New York Times, USA Today and Reader’s Digest. She is the author or co-author of six personal finance books and was the host of Talk Credit Radio. She continues to develop credit education programs and curriculum and serves as an expert panelist for numerous credit education webinars.
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A reader is making payments but is still delinquent. Why?
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