Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Napoleon V2, Sep 29, 2013.
why spend money you don't have?
or if you do have it why use a credit card?
to build credit.
of course you pay it off each month
To keep the poor in their place
didn't usury used to be illegal?
My husband and I just took a four day vacation to Seattle, stayed at a 4 star hotel, and flew business class for zero dollars.
To rent a car or reserve a hotel room.
The point is so that you don't have to carry large amounts of money with you for large purchases. If you don't have the money to pay them off you shouldn't use them unless there is an emergency. They have benefits, if you pay off the full amount each month you don't have to pay interest, and some extend the warranty on items purchased or off collision waivers on car rentals and some earn cashback.
Not in America
why not use a debit card then?
Extend payment of frivolous purchases, prove ability to satisfy financial obligations, open the doors to consumers while maintaining savings in tact, among others.
I donate to DS on my credit card
not for jews.
you also get protections from credit card companies. for example, if your product is bunk and the store won't take it back, your credit card company will attack the business for you. it's a good deal as long as you don't use it irresponsibly.
This. For example, we purchased a "Ripper" vape pen at HempCon. 3 weeks later it stopped working. After many attempts at emailing and calling the company went ignored, we did a chargeback.
'Murica. Where you can do chargebacks on purchases made at weed conventions.