Capital One Bank has several credit card options for applicants with fair to excellent credit ratings. You may have received an invite from the bank to apply for one of their cards at www.application.capitalone.com from a mail offer. To apply, follow these instructions or on your email piece Visit application.capitalone.com Enter your unique 16 digit reservation number from […]

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For those who are interested, Citi rolled out the first generation of their Simplicity Card over five years ago. They put a very strong push via print and television ads sending the message that the card was a great, simple card, with some level of leniency when it came to payments. I don’t remember the […]

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I’ve decided to do a review of the Capital One Venture Rewards Card today for two reasons.  The first is that a friend of mine has abandoned his Amex card for this one and also because I can’t seem to turn on the TV without seeing Alec Baldwin and/or vikings pitching the double miles perk. […]

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As promised yesterday, here is my review of the Fidelity American Express Card – only I just recently found out that there are 3 of them even though the rewards function pretty much the same way. These cards are all rewards cards. They are marketed as cash back cards with the opportunity to deposit all […]

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I read tons of personal finance blogs. If you do the same, you’ll notice that several personal finance bloggers like to write posts toward the beginning of the month that are titled something similar to this: “Best Cash Back Credit Cards of 2012.” They do one of these for several categories – 0% APR, balance […]

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Since I did a review of the Chase Sapphire Card yesterday, I’m going to continue on with the theme and do a Chase Freedom review today. The reason behind this is that while I was looking for updated information on Sapphire I came along some interesting information on Chase Freedom. As I said yesterday, I […]

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There has been a heavy push from the Chase marketing department for their Sapphire Cards. One of the selling points that they’ve highlighted in their television commercial is that you never have to deal with annoying automated telephone voice operators – meaning when you call customer service you will always have the opportunity to speak […]

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The Orchard Bank MasterCard, also available as a Visa, has been one of the better offers available in the sub-prime market. The card is offered in two formats, secured and unsecured. Secured cards act in a similar fashion to bank accounts as they require an upfront deposit, hence the name, whereas unsecured cards act as […]

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The Credit One Bank Platinum Visa Card holds many of the same characteristics that typically come with sub-prime offers. If you apply for this card you’ll get hit with an annual fee. The first year the fee will be $75 where the following years you’ll pay $99. The $99 dollar fee will be broken down […]

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Visa Black Card Review

by on November 11, 2011

This isn’t a great card by any stretch of the imagination. When I went around to try to find information about what other, I was fairly shocked to find that several personal finance bloggers and other respected financial portals actually had something nice to say about it; aside from the fact that it’s made from […]

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