I have no credit cards. I had them in the past and they were nothing but trouble. I think credit cards are the equivilant of modern day indentured servitude with the big banks acting as our masters who get us into debt at the young age of 18 then keep us a servents the rest of our lives.
None of your business, keep your hooter stuck in your own affairs.
I have no credit cards and I hope I never will give in and get one. I think they are a trap to put us into debt so that we will always owe the company money.
People always get a credit card "incase of an emergency" but once they get one the meaning of "emergency" changes and before they know it they are maxed out and in debt for years.
I have 3 cards in my wallet. I mainly use for grocery, shopping etc. I receive 2% cashback from my credit card. Check my hubs for details. As long as you paid full on time, credit card is a good vehicle to purchase things.
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you can have 3 or 4 credut cards...please view my hub for more information about credit cards.
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