Check out these articles of AK Credit’s Singapore Money Lender Blog that are tagged with the topic of Credit Card.

How to Pay SP Services Bill Using Credit Card?

Bill Payment by Credit Card

You’ve decided to pay your SP Services bill by credit card in order to earn reward points. Where do you start and how to do it? Unfortunately, SP Services don’t provide the necessary information, and combing through forum posts is a pain. Fret not, I’ve have researched and compiled it for you here.

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DBS Woman’s Card Review

DBS Woman's Card

This DBS Woman’s Card review is based on 5 months of online spend using its Woman’s World MasterCard (WWMC). For clarity sake, this article is about WWMC but I may also refer it as DBS Woman’s Card or Ladies Card. When you search for DBS miles card, you will likely see these 2 cards hoarding […]

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DBS Altitude Card Review – All You Need to Know!

DBS Altitude VISA Signature

This DBS Altitude card review is based on using the card for consecutive 3 months. And documenting every point/mile earned from 100+ local and overseas spending.  Many credit card review websites provide the pros and cons of getting a DBS Altitude card. They based it on the information gathered from marketing materials and terms & […]

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Credit Card Suspended? Here’s Where to Find Money

Singapore Credit Card Suspended

Here’s where to find money in Singapore if your credit card (or creditline) is ‘frozen’ due to the new limit on unsecured debt. Nobody likes to live on credit. But sometimes life dealt you a bad hand and you needed financial help for a few more months. The new uncollateralised debt limit, set by the […]

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Get Your Credit Card Late Charge Waiver in Singapore!

Credit Card Late Charge Waiver

Find out how to get your credit card late charge waiver (or annual fee waiver) in Singapore with our step-by-step guide. What comes to your mind when you hear credit card fees? It is likely the hated annual/membership fees. We often find it excessive, unexpected and downright unreasonable. Until recently, I realised that there is […]

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