The ease in getting a credit card these days, as well as the greater ease in swiping it to purchase goods and services in lieu of hard cash, inevitably results to various problems. Here are some important tips or must-do’s when handling or using credit cards [see also Credit Card Dont’s; please feel free to add other credit card DON’Ts through the comment section below].
A credit card is a wonderful tool that allows to transact without carrying wads of cash. Many people consciously avoid the “rule” to pay in cash whenever possible. Unless it’s cheaper to pay in cash, they use a credit card — but not any credit card. They prefer a credit card that accumulates rewards, free miles or free airline tickets. In other words, something is actually gained while using a credit card.