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    rule, credit cards can end up being more expensive to use to cash with their interest fees and sometime the convenience charged at stores for paying with the convent plastic rectangle. On the other hand though, while cash may be have the tendency to be cheaper when it comes to making payment, if one has to gain access to the cash by using an ATM, the roles are reversed. Withdrawals fees for cash are usually not much, but they can add up over time. For security purposes, both cash and credit can be

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    College Students Trapped by Credit Card Debt

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    College Students Trapped by Credit Card Debt My best friend from my childhood is a marketing agent’s dream. Constantly duped and deceived by flashy ads and predatory marketing, this kid will buy anything - usuall on credit. At last check, my friend had maxed out 4 credit cards to the tune of over $30,000. Very rarely did the money go for something necessary, like accommodation or food, but usually was spent on a multitude of gadgets, toys, and other assorted ‘guy-stuff.’ CDs, a subwoofer

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    Credit cards were not always been made of plastic. There have been tokens made from metal coins, metal plates and celluloid, metal, paper, and now mostly plastic cards. American Express issued their first credit card in 1958. Bank of America issued the Bank Americard (now Visa) bank credit card later in 1958. Presently some college students have credit card already which some use for emergency purposes and while others use it as a substitute for cash. The researchers would like to know the factor

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    male and 40% of the female had a credit card while 5% of the female surveyed did not. All in all 95% owned a credit card and the remaining percent don’t have some any credit card.Our first question showed a result that out of the 40 De La Salle Lipa surveyed students 55% of them were male and 40% of the female had a credit card while 5% of the female surveyed did not.Out of the 55% male respondents that have or had a credit card 72.38% of them owned a credit card before entering college, while the

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    “What Does Your Credit-Card Company Know About You” was written by Charles Duhigg, and first appeared in the May 17, 2009 issue of the New York Times. In the article, Duhigg explains how and why credit card companies are changing their business plans. Companies are no longer handing out credit cards and hoping the cardholders who consistently pay their dues will make up for the cardholders who don’t pay their dues. Today companies are focusing more on understanding the cardholder’s lives and psyches

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    cannot have. People put themselves beyond their means to buy objects and houses they cannot afford to own. The credit card companies are monsters that prey on peoples wants and needs, and turns on their customers when payments are not on time. However it is not entirely their fault and it would be foolish to place all the blame on these companies. The reason why people get into credit card debt is because they do not understand how they work. People do not want to save their money to buy the items

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    many of you have credit card debt? An average American household has credit card debt of $10,000. B. Audience Relevance: Credits cards are something that most of us here use almost daily; however, the knowledge about how they work is floating on the surface. C. Credibility: Personally, I am very cautious when it comes to money and personal finance. I want to know everything about the financial tools I use. That is why I read two short books before I even applied for a credit card. D. Thesis and

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    Use Credit Cards You have a choice of paying by cash, debit card, online account or credit card. If you do not have money in your bank or online accounts, then either you go without, or you use your credit card. But, what about the people who have money in their bank account and still use their credit card. Are they tempting fate by inviting the potential for problems? After all, one unexpected expense, and the credit card user won’t clear his/her balance…and before you know it…credit card debt

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    Luz Gomez Denise Doell EAC150 MMC 15 November 2016 Are Credit Cards Worth Having? People feel they become responsible once they get a credit card but the truth is that they can be become irresponsible. A credit card helps people buy necessary things when buyers do not have enough money to afford it. These cards can help people in many different ways, it helps them to get what they want and sometimes what people need to survive. Credit cards can also be harmful if people (especially teenagers) do

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    prevailing payment transaction system is highly vulnerable. If information such as names and addresses, credit and debit card numbers or other account numbers falls into the hands of an identity thief, the consumers, business, as well as all businesses associated with the compromised information, could suffer endless financial repercussions as well as damage to their reputation. The effect of credit card information theft is generally very severe on the societies. In many cases, the individuals who fall

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