I think it has to do with protecting yourself from fraud. Also credit cards get used and there is a lot of wear and tear to the magnetic stripes. 2-3 years seems like a good lifetime for a credit card.
by lizy6257 years ago
Countless times, I have asked myself-"How many times can a heart mend?" After being loved, falling in and out of love, swearing off love, rekindling love, searching for a new love, looking for and old love......
by Davinagirl36 years ago
My husband and I are looking to buy a house in the upcoming year. We have run into some trouble looking for a lender because our credit is, for lack of a better term, crap! I am looking for ideas on how to...
by Lgali3 years ago
Credit cards make you spend more yes or no
by Gary Anderson7 years ago
I just wrote a hub on this, but what I want is to have a discussion here. This is the issue: the senate voted on 5/19 to forbid the states from setting caps on interest rates for credit cards. The injustice of this is...
by Gous Ahmed6 years ago
If you pay off credit cards by getting a loan out, aren't you in the same position still?Maybe a loan won't have interest increase like credit cards, but what is the best way to get out of this situation for good?
by bradmasterOCcal2 years ago
Credit cards are great, but when they fall into the hands of hackers and thieves then?Credit card companies seem to rely on making up for hacked and stolen credit card usage by charging higher interest rates for their...
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