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  • What Is a Security Deposit? A Definition and How to Avoid Them
    by Michelle Black on April 26, 2021 at 3:43 pm

    When people think of a security deposit, many associate it with renting a home or apartment. In reality, security deposits are used for many purposes, like establishing new utility services, renting a place for a getaway, and even car rentals. Security deposits are also associated with certain types of credit cards. Keep reading for more The post What Is a Security Deposit? A Definition and How to Avoid Them appeared first on Credit Card Insider.

  • This Week in Credit Card News: April 16–22
    by Brendan Harkness on April 22, 2021 at 2:55 pm

    Capital One Adds 4 New Transfer Partners, Improves Transfer Rates Capital One has added three new airline partners and one new hotel partner: British Airways Executive Club TAP Portugal Miles&Go Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles Choice Privileges The transfer rate has also improved for certain other transfer partners, from 2:1.5 to 1:1. Users of the following Capital The post This Week in Credit Card News: April 16–22 appeared first on Credit Card Insider.

  • 2021 Comparison: The Bank of America Travel Rewards Card vs. The Capital One Venture Rewards Card
    by Evan Zimmer on April 19, 2021 at 11:30 am

    Both the and the are strong contenders for travel cards to bring with you on the road. The Bank of America card, which has no annual fee, is better for casual travelers, while the Capital One card, which carries an annual fee, would be better suited to frequent travelers. Both cards have no foreign transaction The post 2021 Comparison: The Bank of America Travel Rewards Card vs. The Capital One Venture Rewards Card appeared first on Credit Card Insider.

  • This Week in Credit Card News: April 9–15
    by Brendan Harkness on April 15, 2021 at 3:39 pm

    American Express Cardholders Can Get 3 Free Months of Yahoo Finance Plus Users of American Express cards can get a free three-month trial of Yahoo Finance Plus Essential, followed by 50% off the regular price for the next three months unless you cancel. After that you’ll be charged the full monthly rate if you continue The post This Week in Credit Card News: April 9–15 appeared first on Credit Card Insider.

  • This Week in Credit Card News: April 2–8
    by Brendan Harkness on April 8, 2021 at 5:46 pm

    Instacart and DoorDash in Talks to Launch Their Own Credit Cards Instacart, a grocery delivery company, is reported to be partnering with J.P. Morgan Chase for a new credit card. It may offer 5% back for Instacart purchases. DoorDash, a food and takeout delivery company, has not yet chosen a credit card issuer but has The post This Week in Credit Card News: April 2–8 appeared first on Credit Card Insider.

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