Citi offers its version of a simple credit card. But sometimes simple can still be complicated. Is this card right for you?
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The BankAmericard Visa features no annual fee and a 0 percent introductory rate on both purchases and balance transfers.
This is the card for people who like to travel in style. But is it worth its major-league price?
Your pocketbook could take a hit if you post a critical online review.
Before you buy something online, do you check the user reviews to make sure you’re getting the best product for your money? Then you should be aware many might not be legit. Here are a few tricks that will help you separate real reviews from fake.
Wondering exactly what your kid will think of that toy when they unwrap it? Problem solved. Check out these videos featuring kids offering the ins and outs of their favorite toys.
Discover offers yet another version of its popular Discover it card.
This card has a very generous cash-back bonus for new customers and also provides extra rewards for essential items you buy every month.
This card offers decent cash-back benefits, but better deals on balance transfers can be found.
A new law prohibits businesses from using disparagement clauses to silence potential online critics.
This is an inviting credit card if you shop on Amazon frequently, although the bonus for new users is less than generous.
This is a generous cash-back card, particularly if you bank at Bank of America.
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Discover stopped offering all of their products except one. But is this card worth “it”?
Edmunds.com has accused a company of spamming its site with fake reviews, and it’s gone to court to stop it.
A standards organization in France wants people to prove they really did stay at that hotel in May and thought it was the best thing ever. Is this a good idea, or an obnoxious one?
Fake reviewers on Amazon go wild – but these products sort of deserve it.
Better read this before you consult your phone about your next meal out.
The Citi ThankYou Card offers rewards points redeemable across numerous categories. It also offers a 0 percent APR introductory rate on balance transfers and purchases.
Fake product reviews are more common than you might think, and even big-name companies sometimes get caught using them. Here’s how to tell if you’re reading the real McCoy.
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