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3 Reasons I NEVER Use a Debit Card

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I’m going to give you 3 reasons why I never buy things using a debit card, never have, and most likely never will.

Most people typically have two types of cards in their wallets, a credit card, and a debit card.

If you use a debit card to withdraw cash from your bank’s ATM, that’s perfectly fine.

However, this video is going to touch on 3 reasons Why cash or credit cards are the superior option to using a debit card.

1. You can’t build credit using a debit card
2. Credit cards have significantly better consumer protection
3. You can’t earn rewards, points, or cash back using a debit card

Watch the entire video to understand my full thought process on these three reasons.

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⏰ Timestamps ⏰:
0:00 – Intro
0:31 – REASON 1
1:50 – REASON 2
5:47 – REASON 3
8:59 – LOL


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