May31Bakari Kafele Its true, but with one distinction: you have to pay the smatetent balance by the due date, not the current total balance. The smatetent balance will be stuff you bought last month. You don’t need to pay the things you purchased between the time your last payment posted and the day you are paying, until the next smatetent comes out.I learned that this makes a difference because if you always pay in full, your credit smatetents always read zero, and that looks bad on your credit report for some stupid reason. As long as you pay the smatetent balance, you should pay no interest (but don’t take my word for it, check the fine print on your card disclaimers)If you are financially independent, maybe you don’t care about your credit score, but it could mean a lower interest rate if you ever decide to buy a house with a loan.
What is with jumuda’s comment? you are a very confused person and you need professional help. As for the one who posted the question….if its a joke then not funny…if its about big breasted african americans then you are a racist ###### who needs them to beat the shit out of you.