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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by newton wei, Jun 30, 2000.
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All cards are insured. You are liable for $50. Just make sure to report the card as lost or stolen. Don't pay for credit insurance or credit card protection. You can do the job yourself. Keep a record of all your credit card numbers and contact information. I have it in Quicken.
I concur, this is good advice. Credit protection and insurance are one of the biggest ripoffs in the industry. Companies make hundreds of millions of dollars each year on this. I use MS Money to track all of my accounts. I've used it for 10 years without any problems.
I agree ! They seem to really be pushing that these days. But if you have a record of your account numbers, expiration dates , and the banks number, thats all you need. Your cards are already covered, why pay twice ? I use quicken, use what ever method works best for you. I wouldn't invest in the extra insurance.