Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regrets? – PF Comic #5

Posted May 28th, 2010 and last modified July 22nd, 2014

Personal Finance Comics #5

PF Comic #5 – Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regrets?

At Last! Another personal finance comic! We hope you enjoy this week’s tricky situation between the benefits of credit card rewards and the downsides of the debt that you could find yourself in. This week comic features, in order of appearance:

Personal Finance Comic #5 page 1

Personal Finance Comic #5 page 2

Personal Finance Comic #5 page 3

  • On the 2nd of June we will reveal what Enemy of Debt’s next move is to the J.Money’s zany gambling habits!
  • What has happened to Baker?
  • Will Money Funk be ok?

UPDATE Part 2 is now live Credit Card Rewards or Credit Card Regrets? – PF Comic #5 – Part 2 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

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    Money | June 1, 2010

    This was AWESOME to come home too – thx man!!! I love being the villain ;)

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    Forest | May 31, 2010

    Simply brilliant :)….

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    Financial | May 28, 2010

    Very cool guys!

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    Rainy | May 28, 2010

    Another awesome PF comic! Great work!

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