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Credit Karma is the only site I use, I like the fact that it is free. I keep close track of my credit rating since I had someone get a hold of one of my credit cards and tried to do damage. I was eventually able to get it straightened out but now I keep vigilant about checking all the time.
This is a great card for a frequent traveler, I don't like the fact that there is an annual fee of forty dollars, kind of offsets the rewards that you might earn. I also feel the interest rate is a bit high. I personally prefer Capital One because there is no annual fee, and if you pay on time for five months your maximum amount is raised. If your credit is not so good Capital One is the card for you, it will help rebuild your credit. The JetBlue card is good for people that have a good credit score and take advantage of the bonus points. I myself would not fit into that mode so would not really be interested in this card.
The Apple Credit Card deferred interest is a pretty good deal, the grace period is a bit less than some other cards but still not bad. Of course no annual fee makes it very desirable to me as well. All the fees seem to be in line with other cards as well.
The AAA Member Rewards Credit Card has the smart chip technology that puts your mind at ease when using it at a store or online, with all the credit card fraud happening this is a great feature. It is always nice to earn rewards while using it also. All in all it is a decent card.
The BankAmericard Cash Rewards card provides everything that you could want with a credit card, and the $100 bonus makes it real enticing. But the thing I like best is they do not charge an annual fee that a lot of other cards charge. And the chip technology puts your mind at ease when making purchases either in a store or online.