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Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card Boosts Its Intro Bonus to $200

The Bank of America Cash Rewards credit card just upped its intro bonus to $200! We detail everything you need to know about its new intro bonus offer.
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Chase Freedom Unlimited Gets a New 3% Cash Back Offer

Now you can enjoy a 3% cash back offer for your first year with Chase Freedom Unlimited (up to $20,000). That could be up to $600 cash back!
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Chase Sapphire Preferred Card Ups Its Intro Bonus to 60,000 Points

The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card just increased its intro bonus to 60,000 miles. Learn how you can earn this new, impressive bonus.
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How to Avoid the Most Common Scams of 2018

We look through the FTC's report on the most common scams of last year to help you protect yourself from fraud and identity theft.
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Error on Your Credit Reports? Here’s How to Report It

Finding an error on your credit reports is never ideal, but there are steps you can take to dispute it and get the error removed.
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How Long Should You Wait Before Applying for Another Credit Card?

When you get a new card, applying for another credit card right away isn't a good idea. Find out why and learn how long you to wait between applications.
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Best Credit Cards for Bad Credit

Is it possible to get a credit card if your credit isn't that great? It turns out that it is. Read about the best credit cards for bad credit.
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5 Common Credit Card Mistakes to Avoid Making

Are you making the most of your credit card? Learn about five common credit card mistakes that could be hindering your card enjoyment.
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How Do You Know if You’re Falling for a Job Scam?

Job scams are the bane of anyone looking for good, honest work. That's why we're detailing what a job scam entails and how you can protect yourself.
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What’s the Difference Between Secured and Unsecured Credit?

If you've ever considered borrowing credit, you've probably seen the terms secured and unsecured. What do they mean and how do you decide which to use?
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