No credit cards no registration no sign up f buddy
Checks can be easily altered and they’re also time-consuming (just think back to how you felt the last time someone paid by check for a candy bar or bottle of soda).
Me, I’m going with the credit option from now on (unless I want cash back).
Lose a check card and you’re covered for almost everything you lose (usually there’s a out-of-pocket cost) and it’s easy to cancel cards and order new ones.
When you lose cash, you’ll probably never see it again.
I say “possible” because there’s really no way to predict what stores would do with any extra savings…most likely, they’ll get passed on to the shareholders.
But whether you choose debit or credit, either method is safer than using cash or writing checks.
Why is it necessary for "other banks" to charge a fee when you use 'their' ATM (and "your" bank to charge an additional fee for using another bank's ATM), while you can get cash back on a debit card at a store without being charged a fee?
Please visit our Advertiser Disclosure to view our partners, and for additional details.Not only will I enjoy the added protection of something like the Visa Zero Liability Policy, but I can also take advantage of my bank’s reward programs and incentive policies.Now, it may not be as good for the store, but that’s something merchants and vendors need to negotiate.It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.I don't use Debit anymore, but not because of fees or convenience.