Home Credit Cards What to Consider Before Applying for a Chase Credit CardWhat to Consider Before Applying for a Chase Credit Card May 28, 2019 by Play Your Cards Right A Chase Credit card offers some of the most lucrative and valuable points and miles perks in the world. While this is great for consumers, such value can be costly for the bank. It can attract “churning” behavior. This is when a customer collect their sign-up bonus and go on to close it within the first year. Such behaviors were easy to do years ago. However, banks have caught on and decided to implement rules and restrictions for prospective cardholders. Chase has created several card application rules to prevent customers from taking advantage. Before you apply for a Chase credit card, it’s important to consider the rules and regulations. Read on and avoid landing on the bank’s bad side. 5/24 Rule This is Chase’s most infamous and preventative rule. It also serves as the … [Read more...] about What to Consider Before Applying for a Chase Credit Card
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Antrim's new chairman Ciaran McCavana speaks to Brendan Crossan about his hopes for the county during his stewardship. The St Enda's, Glengormley clubman wants to see Casement Park rebuilt, more progress made at Dunsilly and the Gaelfast project to flourish... BC: Were you nervous ahead of the count for the new chairman position? CMcC: I was a bit nervous at around five o’clock; I felt like I was going onto the pitch to play a championship match. But then I put it in perspective. What’s meant to be is meant to be. BC: You topped the poll with 74 votes… CMcC: I was delighted to get through after the first count because there was supposed to be two counts. I was really happy to get the majority and it gave me a boost in confidence and I hope I can bring the county together as one. BC: Give people an idea of your GAA background… McMcC: In my playing days, I wouldn’t have been known for my silky skills. Some might even say I was more of a carthorse than a … [Read more...] about New chairman Ciaran McCavana ready for the challenges that lie ahead in Antrim
PUBLISHED: 15:37 10 December 2018 | UPDATED: 15:37 10 December 2018 Caroline Culot Selling your home? Make sure your paperwork is in order says Sharron Tennant, from Spire solicitors. Pic: www.gettyimages.co.uk If you are thinking about selling your home in the New Year, you may want to make sure you have the right paperwork, records and certificates in place in order to make the process smoother. Being prepared for any potential enquiries will help to avoid delays along the way. Sharron Tennant, from Spire solicitors, discusses. Selling your home? Sharron Tennant, from Spire solicitors. has some pertinent advice. Pic: www.spiresolicitors.co.ukShould I throw away old papers relating to my property?It is tempting to throw away old papers when spring cleaning or thinking of moving home, but anything relating to renovation or upgrading a property should be kept safe and sound, to avoid problems and delays when you come to sell your house.If the tradesperson … [Read more...] about Thinking of selling your home in the New Year?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | What Travelers Need to Know About the Paris Riots Supported by As violent protests have broken out in France, visitors are advised to check public transportation and police websites for updates, and U.S. citizens should consider registering with the State Department’s S.T.E.P. program. ByElaine Glusac Dec. 3, 2018 Incited by an impending rise in therioting, looting and setting cars on fire for the past three Saturdays. Here’s what travelers to Paris can expect as a result of the turmoil, and some resources for travel advice and protection. What areas have been affected? Yellow Vest protests have occurred around the country, but have been concentrated in Paris, mostly on Saturdays. Though protest areas may shift, they have focused on the Champs-Élysées, the Élysée Palace and … [Read more...] about What Travelers Need to Know About the Paris Riots
By Laura Lippman The New York Times Mon., Nov. 12, 2018 On the shortest day of 2017, a day with less than eight hours of daylight available in my corner of the Northern Hemisphere, I squandered any opportunity I had to soak up some vitamin D, choosing instead to sit in planes and airports. I was a woman on a mission. An inane, pathetic mission, but a mission nonetheless. Three weeks earlier, I had decided to fly from Baltimore to Providence, Rhode Island, have lunch with a friend, then return home in time for dinner. Projected time on planes: two hours, 30 minutes. Projected time in airports: three hours. Projected time in cabs to and from airports: 70 minutes. Estimated time in Providence, not counting airport or taxi: two hours, 20 minutes. And that was if nothing went wrong — a big “if” four days before Christmas. No, I was not delivering an organ for transplant, although that should have been my cover story. I was on a quest to earn 297 TQPs … [Read more...] about A scramble, but worth it for the rewards points