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 Is there a difference between a charge card and a credit card?

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What is the difference between a charge card and a credit card?

Using credit is a fact of modern life, but there are many different kinds of credit and each functions a bit differently. For example, most people do not realize that there is a difference between ... Read More »
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What is the difference between an open ended credit&a charge card?

If you classify credit cards by their repayment type, there are two types of credit cards. Charge cards require you to pay your balance full each month while open-ended credit cards lets you make m... Read More »
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Is it standard practice to charge credit card fees when paying by credit card?

While some businesses charge a fee when customers pay by credit card, it is against their merchant agreement with the credit card company, such as Visa or MasterCard. If you encounter a company th... Read More »
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What is the difference between a bank card, credit card and a debit card?

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