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Feb 25, 2019
My family members that have used a debit card do so for frequent consumables like food, small clothing items, and oil changes. For items like electronics, travel, and purchases that might be returned, a credit card is definitely a better solution.
If you add up all the purchase amounts from your debit cards you will see that you have given up quite a number of points, either as cash back or rewards. Everything goes on the card. Hardly ever use cash anymore.

Dwayne Coward

Staff Member
Apr 13, 2016
St. Louis
The recent posting to this thread is not assisting with the OPs consumer issue. Since they haven't logged in since they posted it, I'm closing the thread. The OP can send me or any of the moderators a message if they wish to have it re-opened.
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