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Josh asks Dave what the problem is with credit cards when he pays off the balance every month.

The Bottom Line panel talks credit cards. What you need to know about how many to have, how to use them and who’s really ringing up the cash. – Are you using your smartphone for financial transactions? You can watch the entire live TLDR episode here: http BUDK now offers the most unique lock pick set ever! It is an actual mini lock pick set inside what appears to be a credit card! At 1/8″ thick, it is about twice as thick as a normal credit card. The back slides off to reveal 4 individual picks and a double-sided tension tool. The picks are solid stamped stainless steel and will give you hundreds of uses. This set fits in your wallet perfectly so that you can have it with you wherever you go. Also includes The Guide to Lock Picking book. – .99

Suzy Orman explains the basics about the “Universal Default” used by credit card companies to charge you very high interest rates. More info at:

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Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from mvazqu and more videos in the General Personal Finance category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at Follow these steps when destroying a credit card to protect your identity — and your credit. To complete this How-To you will need: A magnet Scissors A hammer Several trash cans A cross-cutting shredder (optional) Step 1: Demagnetize the magnetic strip Run a magnet along the card’s magnetic strip to demagnetize it and remove the information it holds. Step 2: Cut up the numbers Slice each four-digit set of numbers into at least two pieces. Step 3: Finish the cutting job Ensure that the signature, magnetic strip, and CVV number — the three-digit code on the back — have all been cut into small pieces. Tip: Feed your credit card through a shredder with a cross-cutting function. Step 4: Destroy the chip Destroy the credit card chip by cutting it up or smashing it with a hammer. Tip: Don’t burn the card. Credit cards made of plastic often contain inks, holograms, and metals that create toxic fumes. Step 5: Spread out the pieces Deposit the pieces of your credit card in different trash cans around your house so that they end up in different garbage bags. Thanks for watching How To Properly Destroy a Credit Card! If you enjoyed

Magician Dynamo in Bradford making credit cards fly out of there own hands.

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An old idea, a new design. It turned out pretty cool, and the material used is the finest steel money can buy! Great picks, not for one time use …

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