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He also works the Swagbucks system and various other coupons and gift cards.But this is too much of a job for a retired man like me.I’ve noticed a trend among financial bloggers recently.People have started playing around with high-reward credit cards for fun and profit.After reading the fine print, I saw that the conditions were favorable.So I used one of those checks to max out the card’s ,000 credit limit, and used the proceeds to pay down a construction loan which had been charging me 7%.This wouldn’t work for everyone, but it works for us since we travel at least once or twice each year.Sometime around 2006, when interest rates were high and yet credit was still loose, Chase started sending me checks for my business card that could be used to pay any bill – and they were offering a 0% annual percentage rate.

So, motivated by the idea of sharing the story with YOU, I used myself as a guinea pig and signed up for a Chase Ink Business card (pictured above) that came in the mail, directed to my business name. The tale below describes the experience: I applied online, using the web address specified in the paper mailing, including a specialized offer code.This went smoothly, other than some brain-dead features in the online application page, like initially rejecting my business’s tax ID number because I included the hyphen that the government uses when issuing the number.() The card came within a week, with an 00 credit line.Signing up for them in bulk, scooping the signing bonuses, strategically using the good ones, and cancelling the duds.Now, I’m no novice to the idea of a cash back credit card: I used a REI Visa from 1999-2006 that yielded 1% cash back on all purchases, which added to several hundred dollars each year.Then I logged in to chase.com, being sure to set up a full monthly automatic payment to avoid any risk of incurring interest charges.

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