Since 2004, CardBenefit.com has been a leading credit-card comparison site with useful tools and up-to-dated information to help consumers find the right credit cards. We partner with many banks that issue credit cards in the U.S. and Canadian consumer markets. We track recent developments in the credit-card market and keep our customers informed of the latest offers. Whether you’re looking for a cash back, travel rewards, 0% interest, or small business credit cards, we have the right selection of credit cards that fit your needs. We also publish original and objective personal finance articles to help consumers make financial decisions and learn to use credit wisely. Our goal is to continually develop valuable tools and deliver accurate information to help consumers with their credit-card choices and strategy. Our editors adhere to CardBenefit’s Editorial and Publishing Policies to maintain editorial integrity and accuracy of our content.
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Our Business Partners
We work closely with many financial institutions and credit bureaus to bring you credit-card offers and related financial information. Here is a list of banks that partner with us:
Ensuring the security of your private information is always of the topmost importance to us. When you choose to apply for any credit card listed on our site, you will be directed to its card issuer’s secure site to complete the application.
All of our partnering banks use online credit applications that are secured by 256-bit SSL encryption. You can tell that a credit card application form is secured by SSL when you see the url in the browser address field starts with “https://” instead of “http://”, and the browser displays a closed padlock symbol next to the url.
SSL technology encrypts data transmitted over the Internet, ensuring that the private information on your credit card applications remains confidential with banks and can not be deciphered by unauthorized individuals.