Five things you shouldn't put on a credit card
November 12, 2009
'Consumers need to remember that it is the institution and not necessary what they
are buying that the credit card company actually knows,' said Dr. Michael Finke, Associate
Professor of Personal Financial Planning at Texas Tech University.
Written by: Jessica Behnham
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Dr. Robert D. Manning is the author of Credit Card Nation and
he says during times of recession, banks look at customers statements for clues about
your buying patterns. He says there are five things you should never charge.
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