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If you store your card info on various online-shopping sites – and have countless bills set up for autopay – a data breach can be a huge pain. The issuer will refund any fraudulent charges and mail you a new card. But then it’s up to you to swap that new card number in to all your favorite online shopping sites and services on autopay. If you miss, say, a gym-membership payment in the shuffle, the consequences are on you.

A new card aims to solve that problem. It’s called the Final Card (no annual fee), issued by First Bank & Trust.
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PayPal 2 percent cash-back card review

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PayPal is replacing its long-standing category-rewards card with something that’s perhaps a bit more compelling – a card that offers a straight 2 percent cash back. According to the new card’s terms, it will be called the PayPal Cashback MasterCard.

Current cardholders have already gotten emails notifying them of the new product, and according to Dr. of Credit, the new 2 percent version should be available to all starting in late June 2017.

Is the card worth signing up for? Our review will help you decide.

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PNC Cash Rewards card review – 4 percent cash back on gas

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With so many cards offering various configurations of cash back in multiple categories, it can be tough to figure out which fits your life best. PNC (as of June 19,2017) is throwing another option into the mix with its Cash Rewards Visa card. The card has no annual fee.

Our review will help you determine whether the card’s bonus categories check all your rewards boxes. Read more