Originally Posted by PBzeer
I use the Visa check card through my bank, which has online banking, so I can keep a check on my account. It uses the PIN as a debit card, and also works as a credit card. Since I'm on a budget, I can't overspend, since I can only access my balance, and no monthly bill for charges. For me, it seems to combine the best of both.
A "Visa Check Card" is a DEBIT card,
not just an ATM card...and is often subject to the issues I mention above. It uses your PIN for certain transactions on the DEBIT card network and for use as an ATM card, but it can be used like a credit card, without most of the protections of a credit card.
You'd be better off getting a no-fee credit card and then using on-line banking to pay the card off immediately. Credit cards give you a good deal more protection than DEBIT cards—especially if you're on a limited budget.
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