Credit cards are unstructured debt accounts linked to a plastic card that allows the holder to make purchases from retailers that accept the card. Common credit card networks in the U.S. include Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

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Can I use a Credit Card in India to deposit and borrow cash

The purpose of the credit card for me is not to borrow money from the bank. I have some international vouchers to redeem. The vouchers work by transfering the credit to the credit card. In simple ...
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Nonresident Travel Money (Card or Bank Account) Solution with Emergency Cash Feature in Euros?

I'm from the new EU so my country's banks are not that advanced that they can offer me this feature. So this will be a nonresident account for travel money. The solution I am looking for is like ...
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How do I reconcile a pre-payment on a credit card in Quickbooks?

I have two payments to credit card for the same period. One is tied to last month's reconciliation but the other one is just a prepayment because I wanted to charge the account over my limit, so I ...
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Switching to PC Savings account from PC Credit card

I currently have a Presidents Choice credit card on which I have kept a low credit limit. I use this credit card for day to day purchases. My primary reason for getting this card were the PC Points. ...
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How to take advantage of a credit card balance transfer offer

My credit card company is giving this1 time only offer: Since my limit is 8000 and since I spent only 2000 this month, 95% of the balance =5700 $...they would like to deposit in my checking account. ...