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Is a credit card compatible with a frugal life?

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Mark76531
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Is a credit card compatible with a frugal life?  Reply with quote  

I have this existential crisis and question: is a credit card compatible with a frugal life?

I'm trying to become stoic and frugal, but am still aware of the benefits of having a CC, but is that compatible with that lifestyle?

I'm going to get this credit card (I'm Thai btw, my friends): http://www.umayplus.com/cashcard, but would that be a good idea at all?

Let me know what you thin, and if you believe that Umay+ is a good company as well![/url]
Post Sat Mar 10, 2018 9:09 am
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The 'compatible with life" is entirely up to the user, not the card. The card is merely a tool - I use a card for all of my expenditures, I seldom use cash. But I have never used a card for borrowing, I always pay the bill in full monthly.

Some adolescents don't make the connection that the card is a real monetary transaction so they get in trouble, they simply sign for 'wants' without thought. [/b]
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