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Can you use a credit card for money orders?

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you may not use a credit card in some places, but you could use a debit card

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no, but you can use your debit card!


a credit card that is secured by a deposit of your own money


A secured credit card is a card on which you load money to be used by you. You will know if your credit card is secured if you must put money on it to use it.


A credit card is when you are loaned money by the card company and are able to use it before hand; after which you have to pay them back. A debit card on the other hand is a card with your money on it and you use it as you wish but once the card has no money left, you have to put more money on it before you can use it again.


You can not use a credit card, but at some place you may be able to use your debit card.


Yes. If the card is a debit card then you are spending your own money. If it is a Credit Card then you spending the credit card companies money and you can quickly forget how you can repay that money back to the credit card company with interest


Every credit card comes with money already on it.another answerI think you're referring to a debit card. That is a credit card which you "load" with a sum of money and can use up to that amount.


If you are worried about credit cards you should use the option and take into consideration purchasing traveler checks or using money orders for travel purposes.


A lender can use a credit card in various different ways. They lender can issue the credit card and make money from the interest. The lender can also take credit card payments from the borrower.


you will need a credit card if your not working because you have no money so you use a credit card to borrow money from the bank.The disadvy :(antage of that is that later you have to pay :(


To get on itunes, use gift card or credit card.


If you don't have the money on you, you can use it and pay later.


yes you can! there is even a website called moneygram.com that allows you to use your credit card


With a debit card you can only use money that you put in a bank and with a credit card you are using the money from the credit card company which can lead to bankruptcy if you are not careful.


You can use it every where. Market, stores, shopping mall. You can use it where ever you go to buy things. Credit card is like money instead you don't use paper money. You can use it by swiping the card on a machine when you buy something.


You use a credit or debit card.


You would use it as a credit card, but the debit card takes money directly from your bank account.


yes you can if you have money on the card


If you don't need to borrow money but need the credit card for buying things online you could get one of the prepay cards. You load money onto it and then you can use it like a credit card for purchasing. There are also secured credit card options for those who have credit issues


When you use a debit card, it uses the money you have deposited in your account to make payments. When you use a credit card, the bank lends you money to make the payment, and you have to pay it by the end of the month (with interests).


With a credit card, you do not receive any money when the card is issued. Rather, one has a limited credit line that may be utilized for purchases and other transactions. It is up to the cardholder to use the card for purchases.


You can use the credit card to add money to the Playstation wallet and then purchase the item


a debit card is used to withdraw money from your personal account while a credit card is money that you use from the banks account that does not belong to you and you to pay it back.


A.Annual percentage rateTo build a good credit rating.CB.Balance transferTo use one credit card to pay off money owed on a different credit card.BC.Secured cardTo use a credit card to get money from a bank machine.DD.Cash advanceTo charge interest on unpaid balances.A


Credit Card Factoring is indeed sometimes known as credit card laundering and even at times may be called money laundering. These two names mean to launder money by use of credit cards often times through businesses.



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