RATEGRAM’S BEST CREDIT CARD DEALS, For immediate release

Posted by administrator | 06/06/12 | Tagged Credit Card

RATEGRAM’S BEST CREDIT CARD DEALS, For immediate release
News from Chicago Tribune:

 These are nationally available credit cards offering the lowest interest rates on purchases as of June 6. If you typically pay off the entire balance monthly, look for a zero-annual fee card that allows the most interest-free or grace days. Some cards listed below feature special introductory or "teaser" rates for a specified time before regular rates apply.  Additional fees and residency restrictions may apply. Rates are subject to change. Rebates and other benefits may be available.
 National avg.  APRs as of June 6     Standard   Gold    Platinum
                       8.20        8.88    12.78

Low APR Standard Cards

                               Reg.  Ann.  Grace Intro
 Card Name                 Phone         APR(%) Fee($  )Days APR/mos
 1  First Federal Card                  (843)529-5800  07.15    0  25   na
 2  IberiaBank Visa(R) Classic Card     (800)968-0801  07.25    0  25   na
 3  First Federal CashBack ScoreCard    (843)529-5963  08.15    0  25   na
 4  Simmons First Visa(R) Classic       (800)272-2102  10.25    0  25   na

Low APR Premium Cards

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All S.F. cabs to get rear-seat credit card readers

Posted by administrator | 06/06/12 | Tagged Credit Card

All S.F. cabs to get rear-seat credit card readers
News from San Francisco Chronicle:

Taxi driver Danny Nguyen joins a line of cab drivers and owners protesting by circling City Hall before the meeting of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.

All San Francisco taxicabs will be soon outfitted with rear-seat credit card readers, but drivers will pay a reduced fee when a customer chooses to use them. Those changes, approved Tuesday by the Municipal Transportation Agency, aim to make it easier to pay for cab rides.

The agency has required taxis to accept payment by credit card since last July. But many drivers have objected to the 5 percent fee they’re charged on each transaction and refused to accept payment in anything other than cash. Many drivers tell customers the readers are broken.

Ed Reiskin, the agency’s director, said the changes were part of a comprehensive effort to overhaul and improve taxi service and make it more convenient.

“If we want people to feel they can live in San Francisco without having cars, we need to have good taxi se…………… continues on San Francisco Chronicle

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