There is a significant trade off between credit cards in the UAE when it comes to rewards, interest rates and annual fees.
The evolution of the credit card industry means that, even though there are more types of credit cards, taking advantage of the best offers now requires more thought.
When you have more than one credit card, most experts recommend either paying off the one with the highest interest rate first, or the one with the lowest balance. Both approaches are wrong!
Many cardholders do foolish things with their credit cards that can put them at serious risk of banking fraud or identity theft.
Being stuck in debt is a horrible feeling. But even worse, is knowing that it could be years before the debt is cleared. Luckily, there is a solution that can help you combat this situation.
From annual fees and interest to hidden charges, the cost of holding a credit card can add up quickly. The latest cost joining the scene is the credit card surcharge.
If you have a large amount of credit card debt, it may seem counterintuitive to apply for another card. However, balance transfer credit cards can be a great way to lower your monthly payments and help you get out of debt.
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Credit card holders in the UAE are subject to unethical practices by sales agents, and with many credit card customers unwilling to read the contract carefully, most do little to help themselves. Below are a few charges that come with most credit cards