AskMrCreditCard.com Publishes Results of Credit Card Survey of Personal Finance Bloggers

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AskMrCreditCard.com has just published a credit card survey that was taken among personal finance bloggers. The survey showed that 70% of personal finance bloggers had a credit score of 700 and above and also highlighted that 76% had no credit card debt. The survey also gives an insight into the average number of credit cards personal finance bloggers carry, their favourite cards, issuers and their credit card practices.

We are very pleased with the response that we have received from personal finance bloggers. The is the first ever credit card survey done among bloggers who write about personal finance. We found out that 76% had no credit card debt and 70% had credit scores of above 700 and we think consumers can learn a few things from these bloggers

AskMrCreditCared.com conducted the survey to find out and gather best credit card practices by those who write about and preach personal finance in the bloggesphere. Survey forms were sent out to over 145 personal finance bloggers, of which 45 responded. The participants included several very high profile bloggers, which added credibility to the survey.

"We are very pleased with the response that we have received from personal finance bloggers. The is the first ever credit card survey done among bloggers who write about personal finance. We found out that 76% had no credit card debt and 70% had credit scores of above 700 and we think consumers can learn a few things from these bloggers" said Lily Voon, Marketing Manager of AskMrCreditCard.com. "We also found out that many of these personal finance bloggers make use of their credit cards very wisely".

The results of the survey can be accessed at AskMrCreditCard.com blog.

About AskMrCreditCard.com:
AskMrCreditCard.com is site that provides credit card reviews for consumers. The site was founded in 2004 to provide independent and unbiased reviews which were far and few in between in most personal finance publications. Since then, the site has added a cash back credit card calculator, which allows consumers to find the best credit card based on their expenditure patterns, a blog which answers common consumer questions and a forum.

For more information, visit: http://www.askmrcreditcard.com

PR Contacts:
Lily Voon
contactus @ askmrcreditcard.com

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