The SimplyCash™ Cards from American Express come with some of the best cash back options on the market, with both a no-fee and $99 annual fee version. Consumers can choose between pure cash…
Despite the debt-to-income ratio lowering in the first quarter of 2016, Canadians still owe $1.65 for every dollar they have. Here’s what you need to know.
Why is Apple Pay Canada only available via American Express cards? That the tech giant might be tangled with Canada’s big banks over interchange fees is a potential theory. Here are the details on the long-awaited payment app’s launch, and when Visa and MasterCard customers may get in on the action.
Credit card interchange fee caps come into effect this month, meaning merchants will pay less to the banks to process every purchase made with plastic. It’s supposed to be a move that will benefit both consumers and business owners – but will it really? We look to examples set in other countries where fees have been capped.
When it comes time to pay, you have more options than cash, debit or credit. Charge cards offer the security of a credit card without the risk of running into debt – and they offer a wide variety of rewards and fraud protection perks.
Aside from the reward points and AirMiles you can collect, there are many other benefits to being an AMEX cardholder. Here are the benefits of using the American Express Gold Rewards Card and the American Express Business Gold Rewards Card. Plus, as if all of the rewards weren’t enough, American Express offers one more membership benefit – the Front of the Line Service.
I bet you didn’t know that the main provider of your plastic has their own rewards program. That’s right, Visa, Mastercard and American Express all have their own incentives to entice you to use their product. Unfortunately, they’re not as well known as the standard cash back and reward options so users may be missing out. Here’s a rundown of some of the perks you may be eligible for with three of the most popular credit card brands out there.