Tuesday, October 23

R: Plastic Temptations

Another fun thing about doing this blog ads is the thrill of getting high paying ads. It feels great when you click ‘submit’ and the back of your head goes ‘cash machine drawer extends sound’

Nevertheless, I wanted to buy the Sto-fen Omnibounce thingy from ebay but apparently I need to have at least 1 USD in my debit card which well, I didn’t. Imagine I could go zero with my debit card imagine the debt hell credit cards would bring.

I’m not against credit cards but it’s just the potential temptation of overspending beyond your cash storage that scares me. Just read this story of how credit cards in the US have deploy a marketing strategy of using students to sell credit cards to other students in hoping for them to rake up high amounts of debts which of course would profit the credit company.

Yet, I respect those who own credit cards and still have a healthy credit history. They can do something I don’t think I can if a credit card lands unto my itchy hands.

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