The Radical Guide to Credit Cards

The Radical Guide To Credit Cards is for people who think they use their credit cards well, but could do better. It shows you how to choose and use credit cards for maximum profit. Read how to avoid paying fees and interest on your credit cards, how to select the best rewards credit card, and how to find the best credit card deals.

The Guide is unbiased and independent. By exposing the ways credit card companies make money and play their customers, it helps you to avoid the expensive mistakes that most credit card users make. The Guide was written by David Jackson, an independent financial analyst with no ties to the credit card industry.

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What you need to know about the credit card business

Using credit cards to beat the industry and make yourself money

How to choose the right credit card to maximize profits

Credit card tricks and spam

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If you know of any great credit card offers, scams and tricks that credit card companies play, or have suggestions for how to improve the Guide To Credit Cards, we'd welcome a comment on the relevant section!

May 31, 2005 | Permalink


What are the Supermarkets, drugstores and

Gas stations that give a 5% cash back ???


Posted by: Len Swiat | Sep 1, 2005 3:49:02 PM

Some of the better deals I have came across is the chase perfect card, the chase cash plus and believe it or not, the discover platinum gas card. All give back handsomly and in some capacity.

Posted by: business credit cards guy | Sep 17, 2005 11:19:53 PM

Capital One claims they provide no-hassle services. I made a three week international business trip recently. I carry a business credit card and a personal credit card. I notified the company of my business credit card of my travel schedule and by the time my three week trip was winding down, I ran the balance to it's maximum. I was in the Moscow, Russia airport and on my last leg of this trip and decided to purchase some gifts for the family. Since the business card was max'ed out, I pulled out the Capital One card. The first time I used it oversea's, Capital One denyed the transaction. Not a second or third, but the first transaction. I ended up using my business credit card which was over the limit. I called Capital One upon my return. They contend that since I didn't call them in advance, I was out of luck. I called my business visa card, which is a Cabela's Visa, and they waived the fees for going over the limit. I've since cancelled my Capital One card. No hassel??

Posted by: Dave | Jul 18, 2006 3:58:22 PM

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