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Articles under this heading involve credit cards directly.

Many of our articles discuss personal finance, bankruptcy, savings, home budgeting, or debt repair. Our original focus was credit cards, so these pages get back to our roots and discuss Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Card.

We might deal with building  a FICO score, repairing your finances, or rebuilding your credit history altogether. These pages might discuss Experien, TransUnion, or the other credit reporting agencies. You’ll learn about getting free credit report, and why you shouldn’t do so too often.

Those are grand, strategic ideas.

We also get into everyday tactics of how to use your plastic. Most of our decisions are made at the gritty, day-to-day level of decision making. These guides provide handy tips and tricks to make life easier for you and your loved ones, whatever your financial state might be.

Credit Card Articles

Credit Repair Lawyers in Miami, Los Angeles, and Houston
The Best Credit Cards of 2015
How to Fill out a Credit Card Application
The 32 Most Costly Credit Card Mistakes to Avoid
Free Online Dating Sites for Singles with No Credit Cards
How to Raise Your Credit Score 100 Points
How to Contact Equifax Customer Service for a Complaint or Dispute
What Is Quizzle and Why Should I Use It to Understand Credit
Credit Card Rewards Programs 2015
No Credit Check Credit Cards
How to Find Free Apps at the Apple iTunes Store

For those who learn better from hearing ideas, I present a video lecture from Dorian Crede, Wikirating’s chairman and founder. In his lecture Are We Smarter Than Credit Rating Agencies?”, Mr. Crede discusses whether the so-called ‘Man on the Street’ is smarter than TransUnion, Experien, and Equifax when it comes to the principle of credit giving. 

I’m not sure if I buy the argument, but I like when people present their ideas and present them well. Dorian Crede has a Masters Degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, so I’ll defer to the head of WikiRating.

At the very least, you’ll get a nice introduction to the concept of credit ratings.

He also provides a good insight into how and why FICO scores are so important, and how it influences how much you have to pay. This is a key concept for anyone who owns a VISA or MasterCard. You’ll experience the impact of credit ratings, so you sure as heck better learn about them.

Keep reading our articles (or watching hand-picked videos from notable experts) and you’ll start to figure out the game. Good luck.

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