Credit card triggers consumerism

April 12, 2014, 1:00 pm

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Having a credit card is really enticing because we can buy things now and pay later. Many of us can be trapped with that concept so much that the credit card has turned us into consumptive people. Without realizing it, we buy things that we don’t really need. In other words, we buy things not because we need to but because we want to. I guess we have to be careful with our spending if we have a credit card.

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