Credit Card

A plastic card, often embedded with an encoded magnetic stripe or EMV chip, that is accepted by merchants and used as a payment method at the point of sale. Credit cards allow customers to make purchases and pay the transactions’ amounts at a later time.

About: Allan
Allan Guzman Chinchilla

Allan is the Managing Editor at In addition to leading a robust team of writers in the pursuit of thorough credit cards expertise, he is an avid fan of films, food, traveling, and Star Wars.