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Balance Transfer Credit Cards | Rates Starting at 0%, Page 2
A balance transfer is the act of moving high interest debt from one card to another card with a lower interest rate. The result is lower interest payments and the ability to pay down the debt faster. Before you apply, be sure to have your existing account details ready as you will want to request a balance transfer with your application. Be sure to read the fine print on the application page for...
Low Rate Credit Cards | CreditCardsCanada.ca
Low Rate Credit Cards
If you carry a monthly balance on your credit card then a "low rate" card is a must-have. It's always a good idea to shop around for the best interest rate for any type of loan, especially when it comes to credit cards. To qualify for the best interest rates, your credit history should be well established and free of late payments and delinquent accounts.
Balance Transfer Credit Cards | Rates Starting at 0%
Balance Transfer Credit Cards
A balance transfer is the act of moving high interest debt from one card to another card with a lower interest rate. The result is lower interest payments and the ability to pay down the debt faster. Before you apply, be sure to have your existing account details ready as you will want to request a balance transfer with your application. Be sure to read the...
Cash Back Credit Cards - Up to 5% Cash Back ...
Cash Back Credit Cards
Cash Back credit cards offer great incentives for the savvy spender. For every dollar you spend, you receive a certain portion back in the form of cash rewards - generally around 1% of your purchases. Look for cards that offer percentage bonuses in shopping categories that match your spending habits. Cash Back reward cards are best suited for people who use their...
No Annual Fee Credit Cards | CreditCardsCanada.ca
No Annual Fee Credit Cards
For many credit card users an annual fee is out of the question. Paying an annual fee on top of interest payments can really start to add up. Whether you're looking for a basic no-frills card, or want to earn rewards on your purchases, there are many no annual fee cards to choose from.
Look for a rewards card with no annual fee to maximize your rewards...
Should I Pay to Use Credit Monitoring Services ...
Should I Pay to Use Credit Monitoring Services?
Should I Pay to Use Credit Monitoring Services?
Although the Internet has made sharing information easier, it has also made it easier for fraudsters to commit identity theft . Each year thousands of Canadians fall victim to identity theft, resulting in losses of over $10 million from ID fraud. (Source: Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre )
The Best Credit Cards of 2018 | CreditCardsCanada.ca
The Best Credit Cards of 2018
Sign-up bonuses and rewards are only good if you get a card that also matches your needs and spending patterns. This list of cards, compiled by our experts, breaks down the best Canadian credit cards.
Get MBNA Rewards for your purchases and redeem them for your passions, including travel, merchandise, or even...
Which credit cards are accepted at Costco ...
Which credit cards are accepted at Costco?
Posted May 3, 2016 - updated February 17, 2017 by cccadmin in Credit Card Tips
The partnership between Costco and American Express came to an end in late 2014. Starting January 1, 2015 Capital One took over as the sole issuer of Costco branded credit cards which bare the MasterCard logo. There's still some confusion about which credit cards are accepted at Costco's 89 Canadian warehouse locations.
Cards Accepted at Costco Warehouses
As of 2015, the following credit cards are accepted at all 89 Canadian Costco locations:
Debit Cards (includes Visa debit...
Alaska Airlines MasterCard® | CreditCardsCanada.ca
The Alaska Airlines MasterCard® from MBNA is one of the most popular travel credit cards on CreditCardsCanada.ca, and for good reason. The bonus miles offer is unmatched at 25,000 miles after you spend $1,000 on the card within 90 days - enough to earn a free round trip flight within the Continental US and/or Canada. You'll also save big with a yearly companion fare discount. The card does come with a $75 annual fee, but we think the benefits far outweigh the cost of cardmembership for most cardholders. It's no secret...
Statistics | CreditCardsCanada.ca
Posted December 11, 2015 by cccadmin in Debt , Statistics
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The debts of Canadians in oil-rich provinces are starting to catch up with them. Households in resource-dependent provinces like Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland are dealing with the aftermath of lower oil prices. During the boom when oil was at over $100 per barrel, Canadians in those provinces were loading up on consumer debt. But now that the bust has arrived, these same Canadians are having a tough time dealing with their credit card and other personal debt.
Canadians Coming Up Short, Relying on Credit Cards in Financial...