New search engine lets consumers find credit card bonuses

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New search engine CreditCardSearchEngine.com lets consumers find credit cards that match their needs.

The site, at http://www.creditcardsearchengine.com/, lets consumers enter their specific behaviors to find credit cards offering deals on loyalty programs or interest rates. For example, consumers that regularly shop for gas can choose a credit card that offers cash-back rewards on all gasoline charges. Airline-mile reward cards as well as cards offering cash-back rewards on all purchases are also popular on the site.

"CreditCardSearchEngine.com specializes in credit card comparisons," David McElveen, director of business development at CreditCardSearchEngine.com "We make it easier for a client to market all of their products and let advertisers get a more targeted, high quality audience."

CreditCardSearchEngine.com is compensated on a cost-per-action, and consumer approvals or applications for credit cards.

Partners using the service include Chase, Discover, American Express, Bank of America, First National Bank of Omaha, Barclays US, CitiBank, First Premier, Capital One, Advanta, HSBC Bank of Nevada, Pulaski Bank, BankFirst and the First Bank Of Delaware.

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