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Chase Freedom Flex credit card review 2020: Benefits, rewards, and more

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Regular APR

14.99% – 23.74%

Credit Score

Good to Excellent

Featured Reward

$200 Bonus after you spend $500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening

Intro APR

0% for the first 15 billing cycles

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  • Pros & Cons

    • Earn a $200 Bonus after you spend $500 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening.
    • Earn 5% cash back on grocery store purchases (not including Target® or Walmart® purchases) on up to $12,000 spent in the first year.
    • Earn 5% cash back on up to $1,500 in combined purchases in
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    Hotels.com credit card review 2020: Benefits, perks & more

    Business Insider recommends credit cards based on their overall value and ease of use. Sometimes, we receive a commission through The Points Guy affiliate network if you apply and are approved for a card, but our choices are always independent and objective.

    Hotels.com just rolled out its first-ever credit card, and it could be an incredibly useful option for racking up rewards for future hotel stays — even if you’re not traveling right now.

    This hotel credit card is unique since it is not tied to a specific hotel chain, but is instead usable for hundreds of thousands of hotels and properties around the globe. Even better, the new Hotels.com credit card comes with a year of Silver status, which can get you free breakfast, free airport transfers, and other perks like late checkout at select VIP properties when available.

    The new Hotels.com Rewards Visa®️ Credit Card doesn’t charge an

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    BBB Tip of the Week: ID Theft and Benefits Fraud

    At the height of the coronavirus pandemic in April and May, hundreds of thousands of people lost their jobs. This led to an astounding increase in unemployment benefits claims filed across the country.

    However, by mid-May, another story emerged: Con artists were filing fraudulent unemployment claims using consumers’ identities. Fraudulent claims were indeed mistakenly paid out, and thousands of people had to file identity theft reports with the government.

    Now, we’re able to see the quantifiable impact of this fallout.

    The Federal Trade Commission has confirmed that identify theft officially moved up to its No. 1 spot for fraud as of the third quarter, outpacing the number of reports it gets for imposter scams (i.e., fake phone calls and emails claiming to be from the Center for Disease Control or Social Security Administration). This was due in large part to the high volume of benefits fraud that occurred.


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    Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Provide Real Benefits

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    Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Provide Real Benefits

    Designing and creating policies and procedures that ensure that essential business functions/processes are available during and after a disaster is an important process for all businesses. If done properly, it can actually prove to be beneficial beyond business continuity and disaster recovery as a way to handle production overflow during peak times


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    About David Zwang

    David Zwang travels around the globe helping companies increase their productivity, margins and market reach. He specializes in production optimization, strategic business planning, market analysis, and related services to companies in the vertical

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