So, you’ve grabbed a credit card or two, you’re excited about it, but not sure what’s next. You’re asking yourself…

Do I charge them?
Do I cut them up?
What to do?

Well, last week we discussed 6 ways you can cash in on your credit cards and put money in your pocket using other people’s money. But, what about those sneaky little plastic pitfalls that most people find themselves in?

Between the fear of racking up debt, paying interest, and having no real plan of action, it’s easy to find yourself bogged down by the rules of the credit card game.

I know because I was there before…

Swimming in $30,000 of credit card debt that was eating away at my ability to save money, and live life comfortably! I’ve learned through that experience your credit cards can bring life to your credit score when used properly, but can absolutely kill your scores if you have no clue what you’re doing.

So, what did I learn?

In this sessiont, we’re going to get down to the nitty gritty, and give you 6 things you should never ever do with your credit cards so you can build excellent credit fast, and avoid the mistakes that cost me THOUSANDS of dollars (and a few strands of hair).

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How to avoid paying interest on your credit cards while using them each and every month.
  • How I was able to get my credit card issuer to reimburse me $810 with one simple call.
  • How credit card companies charge you interest and which types of interest charges to stay clear from.

…and much more!

Enjoy and leave a comment below!

 

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