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    PUBLIC SPEAKING Topic: The using credit card General purpose: To Persuade. Specific purpose: To persuade my audience about the using credit card Central idea : To persuade my audience about the benefits The benefits of using credit card Introduction: American Express‚ MasterCard and Visa Card are the more popular credit cards in Malaysia. With a credit card in hand‚ you can make purchases today and pay later‚ Body: 1) It makes shopping easy -

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    | Credit Cards | A credit card is the only form of payment card that offers a revolving line of credit in addition to its function as a means of electronic payment.  In contrast‚ charge cards as offered by American Express must be paid off monthly. How does a credit card work in practice?  Suppose you buy a TV and present a Visa card‚ bearing the logo of the issuer‚ say Citibank‚ in payment.  You swipe your card through a card reader‚ which reads the data on the magnetic stripe and adds information

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    I. CREDIT OVERVIEW Credit is derived from the Latin word “credo” meaning “I believe.” Credit is when goods‚ services‚ or money is received in exchange for a promise to pay a definite sum of money at a future date. The lender “trusts” the borrower to repay the money. A lender is the person or organization who has the resources to provide the individual with a loan. A borrower is the person or organization that is receiving the money from the lender. When the privilege of borrowing has been extended

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    NA Credit card has undoubtedly made our lives easy but it is important that you use credit cards in the right way so that you can make the most of it without getting caught in the credit trap. All you have to do is to keep a track of your purchases‚ remember you payment cycles‚ try to settle full credit card payments at the end of every month‚ avoid spending in excess and carry your cards cautiously. If handled properly‚ credit cards can serve to be very convenient but they can also lead you to a

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    BACKGROUND MONEY & ITS PURCHASING POWER M oney has entered into almost all our discussion. Economy evolved from barter to indirect exchange… indirect exchange to monetary economy… ultimately to a developed economy. Money is a commodity that serves as a general medium of exchange; its exchanges therefore permeate the economic system. Like all commodities‚ it has a market demand and a market supply‚ although its special situation lends it many unique features. “Price” has no unique expression

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    Case Study : How much do credit card companies know about you? 1. What competitive strategy are the credit card companies pursuing? How do information systems support that strategy? The competitive strategy that the credit card companies are pursuing is product differentiation and customer and supplier intimacy. Product differentiation – we make use of IS in order to create new product and services at the lower cost. According to the case‚ the credit card companies are making use of the data to

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    Credit card The credit card act of 2009 is helping young adult and protecting them. The credit card act was sign into law on May 2‚ 2009. Before the credit card act sign into law‚ young adult from 18-21 years of ages are getting attack by the bank industries‚ what the bank do is sending out thousand of offer like low interest rate and get the young adult and student hook on the system and then rise the interest later on. Most of those young adults end up in a big debt. The credit card

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    Citibank Credit Card

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    9-595-026 REV: OCTOBER 2‚ 2002 V. KASTURI RANGAN Citibank: Launching the Credit Card in Asia Pacific (A) On a rainy afternoon in 1989‚ Rana Talwar‚ head of Citibank’s Asia Pacific Consumer Bank‚ reflected upon the 11 years that had gone by since the Consumer Bank had established its consumer business in Asia. The branch banking business operations in 15 countries throughout Asia Pacific and the Middle East projected Citibank as a prestigious‚ consumer-oriented international bank and as the

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    Credit cards are one of the most popular forms of payment for consumer goods and services in the United States. To use a credit card legally‚ you must be eighteen or older‚ but many teenagers disregard this law and sign up for a credit card through the junk mail they get in their emails. Credit cards work in a very interesting way. You get a limit of how much you can spend each month‚ and you must pay off that money by a certain date. If you don’t pay off that money‚ you must pay a certain amount

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    Credit CARD Act SUMMARY  “THE CREDIT CARD ACCOUNTABILITY RESPONSIBILITY AND DISCLOSURE ACT”  The CARD Act of 2009  May 19‚ 2009                            Prevents Unfair Increases in Interest Rates and Changes in Terms   • Prohibits arbitrary interest rate increases and universal default on existing balances;  • Requires a credit card issuer who increases a cardholder’s interest rate to periodically review  and decrease the rate if indicated by the review;  • Prohibits credi

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