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With so many different types of credit cards in Canada – how do you choose the right one? It’s simple – we can help you discover the best credit cards for you! A credit card allows you to borrow money from a financial institution to buy things. As long as you pay the money back within the month, you won’t be charged additional fees.
If you don’t, you’ll have to pay interest. Interest is a percentage of the money you owe to the bank. Interest is added on top of what you’ve already borrowed. If you pay your credit card balance in full and on time each month – you won’t be charged interest. Credit cards, with responsible use, can be a great tool to access credit.
If you do carry a balance on your credit card, it’s best to look at a low-interest credit card or a debt consolidation loan to get you back on track. If you have a history of not paying bills on time and have trouble qualifying for credit cards, we can help you find a secured card to help you build back your credit.
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