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Credit Card Selector Tool

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Nifty site I found today that someone here might find helpful----




It's a Credit Card Selector Tool that is ran by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada ( http://www.fcac.gc.ca/ ). They also have practically the same site called Money Tools ( http://www.moneytools.ca ) which might be an easier URL to remember.


According to Wikipedia, all credit card issuers submit to the FCAC all the information for each and every card they offer (annual fee, rewards, interest rates, etc). They do this 4 times a year. Wiki, however, does not clearly say whether it is mandatory...but I suspect it is. So the FCAC takes all the info from more than 200 cards and puts it into this database so the consumer can quickly and easily search for the best CC for their individual needs.


What I like the most about this site is it's up-to-date, and wasn't made 3 years ago by some greasy nerd who only lists handpicked cards because s/he gets a kickback if the reader clicks a link and applies for a card.


Anyways, I thought this might be helpful to somebody.

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I love the FCAC tool. It's definitely helpful when narrowing down and collecting info about what to expect from a card - min limits, income requirements, etc.

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