Global banking giant Citibank is currently running an extremely compelling offer on their Citibank Emirates card.
The Citbank card has a great deal on balance transfers, with a rough annual interest rate of 2.9 per cent, and perhaps the best feature is that card holders earn 3 Skyward Miles, which is the Emirates Airlines frequent flyer program for every $1 spent (normally is just 1.5 miles per dollar spent).
No matter how responsible you are when it comes to credit cards, they still come with a number of pitfalls. As soon as you navigate your way past one, yet another emerges. Here are 9 credit card pitfalls.
The Debt That Never Ends. The minimum payment on many credit cards barely meet the interest being incurred on your debt, which means if you only ever make the minimum, you’re debt will never reduce and seem to be endless. Occasionally a card will be offered with such a low minimum monthly payment, that your debt ends up actually growing.
In the first part of this series we looked at nine credit card pitfalls. As we said previously, even for the most responsible users credit cards represent a minefield so here are nine more pitfalls you should be aware of.
Insurance offers that credit cards tend to present are horribly over-priced. You should avoid signing up to these and instead look on the internet for a better deal.