Why Collector Familiarity Is Important

A Wall Street Journal article tells about collectors of strip art. They collect the original hand-drawn comic strip. One collector, "paid $4,000 for the original drawing of the first Pogo strip to appear in newspapers." When the collector tried to sell the 1948 strip in an auction, nobody was interested...

How to Keep Credit Card Accounts Current

Brace yourself for this. Most credit cards must be used to keep accounts open. Accounts should be kept open whenever possible. Open accounts enable you to continually accumulate credit cards. There's a bright spot in all of this, though. It's that there's little inconvenience or expense involved in keeping accounts...

How to Handle & Protect Your Credit Cards

Great! The mail man just left this envelope and I can feel the credit cards inside. I wonder who these cards are from? I'll just rip this envelope open and see. But wait a minute! If you’re starting to collect credit cards, it’s important to learn the procedures needed to handle...

Credit Cards: Type vs. Variety

As a new collector, you might be wondering about the differences between credit cards in terms of type and variety. You’re probably curious, as you should be, about the differences between the major and minor varieties or changes in the credit card field. Of course, there are obvious minor changes...

How to Acquire Credit Cards

"How do I get more credit cards?" is the main question tugging at the collector's mind. In good news, techniques to get more cards can be easily learned and applied. Applying for credit cards Applying for credit cards keeps your collection growing. These initial cards form a base on which to...

Do You Have Reservations About Trading Credit Cards?

You might have some personal reservations when it comes to trading modern credit cards which are hampering your progress as a collector. For example, it’s possible that you have been accumulating your personal credit card collection for quite some time, but since it’s all in your name, you’re reluctant...

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