Boost Your Sales by Accepting Credit Cards

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on December 5, 2006

Accepting credit cards is becoming a must for entrepreneurs and small businesses in today’s business environment. There are numerous social, demographic, and technological factors combining to make plastic the payment form of choice for increasing numbers of people.

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Eileen Hildner

August 9, 2010 1:21 AM

I wouldn't recommend any credit card. They drag your credit down the worst. If you do get one, I would find one that won't keep raising your credit line, because that is what gets most people in trouble. Not having a credit card at all doesn't hurt your credit any. My feeling is just save up your money. When you use a credit card, you're just spending money you really didn't have to spend to begin with. Not enough people see this, and fall into the trap. Americans are way to dependent on credit cards.

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