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Thursday, August 02, 2012

American Express® Prepaid Card: $25 Gift Card; Limited-Time Offer

American Express® Prepaid CardFor a limited time, American Express will send you a complimentary $25 gift card after you load $200 or more onto a new American Express® Prepaid Card.

If you plan on taking advantage of this deal, please don't procrastinate. This free gift card offer ends on August 31, 2012.

You can find this prepaid debit card at the top of this page.

The American Express Prepaid Card also offers these excellent benefits:

  • No fee for direct deposit

  • No overdraft, inactivity, foreign exchange, annual, monthly or purchase fees

  • No fee fraud protection

  • No credit check

We @ are big fans American Express financial products. The company is very well known for providing exceptional value and first-class customer service. Yup.


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Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Chase Makes The Best No Fee Balance Transfer Card Even Better

Slate credit card from Chase bank, featuring a 0% Intro rate, and no balance transfer feeThe Slate from Chase credit card has been tweaked. The card still offers a zero percent introductory rate on new purchases and transferred balances for 15 months, with no balance transfer fee. What's new is that you now have up to 60 days to transfer your balance(s) to the card, and pay no transfer fee. In other words, the fee-free transfer window has been extended.

You can the Slate from Chase credit card here.


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