Credit Card Fees FAQs
What credit card can you recommend that shows your credit limit and not just the debt. I know Capital One only shows the debt. I just recently paid off a car note, is this the best time to apply for a credit card, or does it look like I got out of one debt and trying to get into another one.
All cards should show credit limit available, if not you can always check it. To do this you need your credit card and credit card statement. First of all, look at you recent credit card statement. There should be listed your current balance, recent transactions, and the amount of credit that is currently available to [...]Continue »
These are good questions, but I wish you wrote the name of the card you are looking at. Thus here is some general information for you. First of all, if you fill the application form you will receive an approval letter within 10-15 business days regardless the fact whether you are approved or not. If [...]Continue »
I had a card with good history, always made my payments on time. Recently they had to cancel my card because of security fraud. Someone else was using my card. So they cancelled my card but they cancelled it before I had the chance to make my payment to the account and then I did not recieve my new card in time to make my payment on time. So because my payment was late they charged me a late fee and they put my interest rate so high that its hard to afford it now. And the only reason my payment was late was because they had to cancel my old card for security reasons. What can I do to get my interest rate back down and to have my late fee waived off my account. It does not seem fair at all.
Please contact your credit card issuer and negotiate this issue with them.Continue »
want a credit card with no transaction fees
There are lots of transaction fees associated with credit cards such as cash advance fees, balance transfer fees, foreign transaction fees, and more. Different credit cards from different banks and credit card companies come with different transaction fees. Look through our selection of the best credit card offers and choose the card to meet your [...]Continue »
What is my credit card fee
Each credit card company has different fees. And most companies have different fees attached to each card. The fees depend on what type of credit card you have and your credit history. Furthermore, the fees can be raised at any time, especially if you have been late on your payment. For these reasons we can’t [...]Continue »
Is it expensive to get cash with my credit card?
Yes. Cash advances you take out with your credit card are quite expensive, and they can lead to credit card debt. Cash advances come with high fees ranging from 2% to 4%. Keep in mind that cash advance fees and APRs are higher than those applied to purchases. You are also charged with ATM fees, [...]Continue »
What types of fees do consumers pay when applying for a credit card?
Credit cards offer easy financial transactions and can be used typically anywhere in the world. In the current credit driven economy, they are almost indispensible to everyone. Different credit cards come with different features and depending on the features, consumers must pay a price to obtain these cards. Credit cards are usually classified depending upon [...]Continue »
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