Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regrets? – PF Comic #5 – Part 2 of 2

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Personal Finance Comics #5

PF Comic #5 – Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regrets? (…continued)

Part 2 is complete! We left Part 1 of PF Comic #5 Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regretswith a bit of a cliff hanger.

What happened to Money Funk – will she be ok? Find out now in Part 2 of PF Comic #5 featuring:

Personal Finance Comic #5 page 4

Meanwhile… Baker summons the ‘Bear Grylls’ from within himself to try and survive the Guatemalan jungle…

Personal Finance Comic #5 Baker Man vs Debt

Previous Personal Finance Comics

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First time reading one of our Personal Finance Comics? You can catch up on past comics here: Personal Finance Comics

  1. PF Comic #1 – Debt Buster featuring Baker from Man vs Debt
  2. PF Comic #2 – The Special Coin featuring Brian Scheur from My Next Buck
  3. PF Comic #3 – Mo’ Money featuring J. Money from Budgets are Sexy
  4. PF Comic #4 – From Blog to Book featuring J.D. from Get Rich Slowly
  5. PF Comic #5 – Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regrets? – Part 1 of 2

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Personal Finance ComicCredits:
Illustrator: Francis Vallejo – Graphics, Panel Layout and Inking
Story: Enemy of Debt
Editor: Fred Schebesta

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5 Responses to Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regrets? – PF Comic #5 – Part 2 of 2

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    Money | June 4, 2010

    click * click * click * LOL. Poor Baker.

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    Craig | June 3, 2010

    Fun series!

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    Matt | June 3, 2010

    Ha ha… this is awesome!

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    Money | June 3, 2010

    Love it! Go get ‘em Enemy Of Debt!

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