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What Church Treasurers Should Know about Church Credit Cards

Part two of a three-part series.

We have come a long way since the first plastic credit card was issued by American Express back in 1958. Today there are more than 640 million of them in circulation in the United States with a total credit card debt approaching $1 trillion. Many churches have succumbed to the appeal of credit cards. Whether your church has one, or is considering getting one, here are ten things for you to consider.

Last month's Church Treasurer Alert contained the first article in series addressing church credit cards. The following issues were covered:

1. Does our church need a credit card?
2. What is the difference between a credit card and a debit card?
3. What happens if our card is stolen?
4. Selecting a credit card
5. What is credit card "blocking"?
6. Avoiding credit card fraud

In this edition of Church Treasurer Alert the following additional topics will be addressed: ...

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  • October 1, 2007

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