I wrote a series of articles the week of August 10th to 17th on increasing your credit card sign up bonuses and other credit card related issues.
I have been churning credit cards for the last 8 years, and prior to that have 16 years experience in the credit industry. This November's issue of InsideFlyer will feature a story about credit card churning and I was asked to contribute to the article.
Since writing the credit card articles, I have been helping my readers to better understand the possibilities of credit card churning, while still protecting their credit. My current estimate is that my readers have received credit card approvals for over 4 million frequent flyer miles and hotel points in the last two months.
The initial rush of questions has subsided and I now have the time to help readers of the Best Rate Guarantee Blog as well. You will not be asked any personally identifying information, such as your full name or social security number. If interested, you will be asked to acknowledge that your credit is one of your most important assets and a little bit about your credit history.
Although credit card churning is not my only source of miles, credit cards are the second largest source of frequent flyer and hotel point earnings for the airline and hotel industry. We have been so successful with this strategy and others, Katy (my wife) and I will be taking an Around the World trip this coming April, May and part of June flying in Business Class on frequent flyer miles, and all 61 nights of hotel rooms are free with hotel points, largely due to the many miles and points we have amassed through such credit card offers.
If you would like to learn more about the credit card churning and how you may increase your frequent flyer or hotel points balances, email me at email@example.com or start by reading this blog article from the Frugal Travel Guy blog and the other related articles posted that week.
And don't forget to let me know you that you saw this post on the BRG Blog.