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A credit card is used for making purchases that are paid for at a later date. If a transaction is approved, the card issuer pays for the transaction on behalf of the cardholder and then bills the cardholder for the amoun... More »

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Updating credit card information varies according to which service or website has the credit card information stored. For example, Skype requires users to log in to their accounts, navigate to Billing and Payments, then ... More »

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Bankrate, Credit Karma and Vertex42 offer credit card calculators that contain information related to outstanding balance, interest rate, monthly payment and desired month until debt free. From there, a user is able to v... More »

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When applying for a credit card, among the basic information an applicant is required to give a credit card company are his personal identification and contact numbers, Social Security number, date of birth, and annual h... More »

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Credit card skimmers are devices that store credit card information when a card is run through them so that a thief can then use such information to make fraudulent charges on the card, according to About.com. Such skimm... More »

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Prepaid Visa cards can be used as payment for any business that accepts Visa cards, meaning these cards work in much the same way as a standard Visa debit or credit card when it comes to purchases, according to Visa. The... More »

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Prepaid credit cards stop working when consumers use up all the funds on them through purchases and credit card fees, reports Consumer.gov. Unlike standard credit and debit cards, prepaid credit cards only work when user... More »

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