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Answering The Web’s Most Searched Questions About Credit Cards Pt. 1

These are all REAL QUESTIONS!


I recently saw a video where experts answer questions that people commonly ask on Google about credit cards.


Because I aim to be one of the leading experts in the credit industry, I've decided to take a page from the video I watched and answer some of the most commonly asked questions.


I just want to remind everyone, these are real questions. Valid questions, but some are really "out there."


Let's get right into it!


Can Credit Cards Get Wet?


Yeah, I'm chuckling to myself too.


Yes! I'm assuming the question is asked because of the chip on the cards. But yes, they can get wet – but shouldn’t be used when wet.


It's probably not a good idea to put a wet card into a chip reader. Other than that, be responsible for the physical welfare of your cards… and you’ll be good to go!


Can Credit Cards get Declined?


Yes! There are a handful of reasons why your credit card can be declined:

  • You've entered your credit card information incorrectly.

  • There is damage to your physical card, causing it to be read incorrectly. (Maybe it got wet!)

  • You've reached the limit on your credit card.


To that last point, you can get ‘higher limits.’ And Credit Stacking can help you out with that! We help people obtain financial freedom through:

  • Acquiring skills to fix your credit.

  • Get better financing for your business.

  • Increase your spending limit with 0% interest.





You don't have to struggle with financing your business. Join the Credit Stacking community – and start making money moves today.


Can Credit Cards be used at ATMs


Yes! I'll keep this response short because I already wrote a blog about it. Check it out for the answer!


Can Credit Cards Be Used Internationally?


They Can! The trick is to make sure you're using a card that doesn't charge additional fees, while you're traveling. There are plenty of cards that work better for international travelers than others.


A real secret to cards in regards to travel is how to rack up points. If you get credit cards linked to a certain airline or hotel, you could use those points to pay for the entire trip. The rest would just be for restaurants and souvenirs.


I'm constantly traveling purely on points and benefits from my credit cards. Another benefit to the Credit Stacking course is learning what cards are the best cards for you to invest in based on their benefits.


Getting great business cards starts with having a good relationship with the right banks.


Learn More Through Credit Stacking


If there was anything new you learned from these blogs, you're just getting the tip of the iceberg.


The Credit Stacking course is a great way to get started, building your financial independence. You can be part of a rapidly growing community of supportive people, who are crushing it every day.


My favorite thing about Credit Stacking is when one of us wins, we all win. And, as we're all learning from each other… there isn't a limit to a credit card. Your limit keeps growing, as you become a more refined credit stacker!


Join the community to learn how you can fund your next big idea – with Credit Stacking.






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