Can You Negotiate With Your Credit Card Company?

Credit Cards

Can You Negotiate With Your Credit Card Company?

Can You Negotiate With Your Credit Card Company?

So you’re wondering if you can negotiate with your credit card company? The short answer: it depends. Credit card companies may negotiate on some things — credit line increases, due dates and even minimum payments. But other things — like special offer terms — aren’t really negotiable. The key is understanding what you can negotiate… Read More

Negotiating With the IRS Just Got a Bit Easier

Personal Loans

Negotiating With the IRS Just Got a Bit Easier

Negotiating With the IRS Just Got a Bit Easier

If you owe the federal government a tax debt, it may be easier to strike a deal to settle your debt for less than the full balance through an Offer in Compromise, thanks to new guidelines recently issued by the Internal Revenue Service. Larry Heinkel, a Florida tax problem resolution lawyer says this change is… Read More

The Art of Overturning a Credit Card Rejection

Credit Cards

The Art of Overturning a Credit Card Rejection

The Art of Overturning a Credit Card Rejection

It makes sense that people who are in the process of rebuilding their credit history might have their credit card application declined. But in fact, even those who have a good credit history and little debt can still have their credit card applications rejected. Neither applicant should give up, as there is a little known… Read More

Negotiate Your Credit Card’s Interest Rate

Credit Cards

Negotiate Your Credit Card’s Interest Rate

Negotiate Your Credit Card’s Interest Rate

You may have heard that you might be able to call your credit card lender and ask them to renegotiate your account’s interest rates. But should you believe it? The short answer to that question is, “Yes.” But it’s not just anyone who can call up a credit card company and ask for this type… Read More

Tired of Credit Card Fees? Negotiate.

Credit Cards

Tired of Credit Card Fees? Negotiate.

Tired of Credit Card Fees? Negotiate.

Credit card companies are keen for your business. So keen, in fact, that they’re willing to spend millions of dollars mailing out two and a half billion pieces of direct mail to American homes in 2010 alone, according to our recent interview with Synovate’s Anuj Shahani. That doesn’t include the millions more they spend on… Read More

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