Who would not be interested in getting an interest-free loan for 12 months for any type of purchase just for taking a few minutes to complete a credit card balance transfer offer? Or a free round-trip airline ticket twice a year just for making purchases on a rebate card? Or lowering their insurance premiums by hundreds of dollars a year just by raising their credit score? Obviously, just about every consumer is interested in saving money and getting freebies! Hence, the universal appeal of this book cannot be overstated. Today, the average American household has 12.7 credit cards. Banks maximize their profits by qnickel and dimeingq and outsmarting their cardholders: that's why credit cards are their most profitable product. Banks spend billions enticing consumers with rebates, freebies, low-introductory rate offers, and airline miles. Learn how to take full advantage of these offers, without paying for them through brutally high interest rates, fees, and penalties! Arnold offers specific advice targeted to young consumers who are being aggressively targeted by credit card marketers; retirees facing credit discrimination; Americans recovering from bankruptcy or other debt problems; and even consumers with great credit. You'll learn the techniques he has personally used to escape credit card debt, qcreatively financeq his wedding, car, and home purchases, and earn thousands in credit card qperksq every year.... back to student cards. I am very passionate about student credit issues and speak regularly on college campuses. ... Last, but not least, is my own site, CardRatings.com, the best place to comparison shop for a student card. Finally, dona#39;t useanbsp;...
|Title||:||How You Can Profit from Credit Cards|
|Author||:||Curtis E. Arnold|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2008-06-06|