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Get a Credit Card for the First Time
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kohay
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Feb 14, 2020 06:32 AM


Most people will look very happy and excited when getting a credit card for the first time. Various plans to use it begin to dance in the head, but certainly not far from shopping plans, eating in restaurants, or buying something that has been long-desired. Things like this that come up in their minds and make them extremely happy. Then, we forget about the number of bills that will soon come to us at the desk, the amount of which sometimes makes no sense.

You regret? Maybe so, but most people won't just stop there. They did the fun and started to have a number of new habits which would be supported by the existence of the magical thin plastic object.

For those of you who just have a credit card for the first time, it will be very important to have a strong commitment to use the card wisely. Do a few tips here "Credit Card Debt Negotiation", in case you experience financial problems.

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Reply #1: Feb 23, 2021 05:37 PM

Interesting.
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Reply #2: Feb 23, 2021 05:38 PM

From my point of view, you are a little wrong, it all depends on your credit score if you want to waste money that you don't have now and pay latter with a little interest, yes, but for me, my credit card is just in case of emergency and I need some money very quickly that I will put them back later, and use it in that parts that I have bonuses, like traveling, because I have some cash back every time I use it outside of the country.
But if you don't want to ever have cash problems just learn carding for noobs and if you do it with your mind you will have a beautiful life.
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Reply #3: Mar 09, 2021 12:22 AM

From my point of view, you are a little wrong, it all depends on your credit score if you want to waste money that you don't have now and pay latter with a little interest, yes, but for me, my credit card is just in case of emergency and I need some money very quickly that I will put them back later, and use it in that parts that I have bonuses, like traveling, because I have some cash back every time I use it outside of the country.
But if you don't want to ever have cash problems just learn carding for noobs and if you do it with your mind you will have a beautiful life.
Thanks man, my friend was just searching for something like this.
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Reply #4: Apr 16, 2021 06:40 PM

I thought the same thing when I got my first credit card. I got a tjmax credit card mostly for the rewards and bonuses. I don't really need one as my salary is quite high,however, with all the fraudulent attempts you see on the internet nowadays it's better to avoid debit cards overall. Another great thing about these credit cards is their superb support. I got their loyalty points phone number from a third site with just a Google search. If you are looking for a good card it's worth a look for sure as i got a free trip with all my purchases in a few months.
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