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Payment Protection For Credit Cards


With an increase in unemployed people, credit card companies are starting to watch their investment and are offering credit card payment protection to qualifying individuals. Most programs I know of don't have a lot of prerequisite beyond paying your bill on time in full each and every month.

Most companies charge you a base of say, one dollar for every one hundred dollars on your account. So, if your account balance is one thousand dollars, then you would pay ten dollars a month to have your minimum payment paid should you not be able to make the payment.

Sounds good at first, but what are the specifics of joining a program like this? Is it really worth it? Well that all comes down to your bottom line. If you should ever lose your job or become disabled and cannot work and won't have enough to cover at least the minimum payment, this might be a good opportunity for you.

For somebody who has money in the bank for a "rainy day" then you might not need to shell out the extra money each month. If you for instance pay that same amount over on your account and are not worried about not being able to pay the minimum, you will be paying off your bill that much faster.

Of course not all of us are able to plan that far ahead to make sure we are covered in the event we do lose our jobs. Companies are downsizing every day and it is becoming increasingly unpredictable. Credit card payment protection is a smart idea for people who may be working paycheck to paycheck and are already beginning to feel the crunch of our current financial state.

That way you are doing exactly what you would be doing if you had some extra, disposable income to save: Planning ahead. If you do lose your job or can't make your payment, you've already been enrolled in the program and will know your minimum payment will be made so you don't start to get behind.

Many companies offer these programs for a one time only deal, meaning you won't get the same deal should you decide the program would work out well for you.






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