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Looking for 5% cash back rewards on travel, gas, groceries, restaurants and more? Mydiscover.com is a portal that provides credit card offers from discover financial. Some of these offers include 0% introductory APR on purchases and balance transfers. As with any offer you may receive, you will want to carefully consider it before you apply.

There are a few downsides when you apply for a credit card this way. The main issue being the inability to compare credit card offers. Most credit card companies select offers they want consumers to apply for then mail the consumer those credit offers. However, these offers may or may not be the best offers for the consumer. They may be the best offers for the credit card company’s profit margins. In other words it may be that there are other offers available that may better suit the consumer’s credit needs, only the consumer is simply not aware of such offers.

Before you apply for a credit card using sites such as mydiscover.com, it is important to compare all credit offers you receive with other similar and competitive offers so that you are getting the best possible deal. Viewed alone, a credit card offer may seem like a good deal; however, when viewed with other competitive offers, it may not be the best deal available to you after all.

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Written by criticalcredit

April 6, 2011 at 10:01 pm

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