Popular USA credit card website redesigned for American consumers

    /24-7PressRelease/ – LAS VEGAS, NV, October 15, 2005 – Looking for the best credit card[1] for your financial situation? Want the best business rewards credit card? Seeking the best rewards credit cards? Not sure which credit card companies offer instant online applications?

www.Best-in-Credit-Cards-Online.com[3][2]“Where Smart Consumers Come First!” – has relaunched its popular website – with an entirely new look and feel – to make finding the best credit card products and services even easier and faster for consumers. Using a combination of tabs and icons, the financial website has consolidated credit cards into the most searched categories: Low Apr, Rewards, Gas Rebate, Prepaid, Secured, Student and Business. It has also now outlined the credit card offers by company such as Advanta, Chase, Citi and HSBC OrchardBank[4].

The consolidation of hundreds of credit card offers into an easy-to-follow layout has been met with positive response by would-be credit card applicants, says marketing director Peter James. “We’ve eliminated much of the confusion and clarified the online application process for the most popular card choices.”

For instance, consumers seeking 0% credit cards have all their best options presented both by card merchant as well as credit category such as “low interest credit cards” and “balance transfer cards.” They simply have to review the choices, apply, then accept the terms and conditions to start processing the secure instant approval online application.

The same is true for consumers who need “bad credit” credit cards. With credit card debt overwhelming many American families, unfortunately late payments, delinquent accounts and even bankruptcy have made it impossible for high credit risk Americans to receive unsecured credit cards. As a result, several credit card merchants are offering guaranteed secured credit cards and prepaid credit cards to individuals who do not otherwise qualify for a Visa or MasterCard.

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