Translation of credit card in Spanish:

credit card

tarjeta de crédito, n.

noun

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    tarjeta de crédito feminine
    • The cost of their credit-card accounts keeps going up, and the merchants aren't happy about this.
    • The credit card companies can send you lots of offers, but they can't sign your name for you.
    • Check out electronic gift cards from major credit-card companies and retailers.
    • After a recent buying binge, you get a call at home from your credit-card company.
    • Most credit-card issuers, by contrast, offer refunds in such circumstances.
    • Have you ever acquired a credit card or a bank account under a different name?
    • Hang up the phone if the conversation starts with a query about your credit-card debt.
    • The account is then settled with cash, travellers cheques or a credit card at the end of the week.
    • What you find is that people will consume as much as their credit card will allow.
    • You could also switch your balance to a credit card which charges a lower rate of interest.
    • The unpaid interest gets added to the principal, so the total owed can swell like a credit-card bill.
    • Last week my sister went into one of the big four banks to pay off my credit card.
    • Retailers hope to run credit-card operations without having to split profits with outsiders.
    • If you feel that you can manage a credit card, you should subscribe to one with a low interest rate.
    • She has since found out that he owes money to banks and credit card companies.
    • While credit-card purchases can be disputed, be sure purchases made online are done on secure sites.
    • The question is whether it will also enjoy such success with its credit card linked service.
    • Your debt situation may get a lot worse if you miss payments on your mortgage to keep up to date with a credit card.
    • A credit card is just for convenience and should be paid off in full each month.
    • Instead, why not apply for a credit card that charges you no interest on new purchases for up to a year?