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looking to win you as a new credit card customer by offering some unprecedented deals. although banks have been more careful about acquiring customers with questionable credit since the 2008 financial crisis, they are now fighting harder than ever to win coveted customers with great credit. if you are in the excellent credit sweet spot, they are effectively giving you money (and a lot of it) to use their credit cards. these are the best credit cards for excellent creditâ you can take advantage of today: discover it cashback match: if you’re in the market for a great cash back rewards cards that also has a 14-month 0% apr, this is a smart pick. to start,â discover will double the cash back you earn at the end of your first year as a card member. so if you earn $300 in cash back, discoverâ will match that $300 for a total of $600 cash back! this isâ a really great bonus with endless potential, but remember it’sâ only available the first year so make sure to take advantage of it. you can really rack up the cash back by earning an ongoing 5% cash back in categories that rotate quarterly (on up to $1,500 in combines purchases, then 1% back), and 1% back on all other purchases. through march of 2017, the 5% categories are gas stations, ground transportation (including lyft and uber) and wholesale clubs (including sam’s club, bj’s and costco online). from april through june of 2017â the 5% categoriesâ are home improvement stores and wholesale clubs (again!). remember, because during the first year you have the card discover doubles your cash back, thatâ 5% back is effectively 10% back! in addition to all this, not only can you transfer over balances from your high-interest cards to the discover it cashback match card and pay zero interest for a more than a year (note that there is a 3% balance transfer fee), but you’ll get the same 0% intro apr on new card purchases. discover it cashback matchâ really does have it all – cash back, an extra cash back bonus (2x cashback your first year!), a lengthy 0% intro apr on purchases and balance transfers and no annual fee. chase sapphire preferred:â this is our no. 1 travel rewardsâ card becauseâ it offersâ a lot of value and flexibility. it starts off by earning you 2 points for each dollar spent on travel and dining out, and 1 point per dollar on all other purchases. that’s followed up by an industry-leading 50,000 point intro bonus after spending $4,000 in the first 3 months – equal to a whopping $500 cash back. redeeming your earned points via chase’s ultimate rewards saves 20% off travel costs, enabling you to stretch that 50,000 point intro bonus into $625 in travel. you can also redeem your points for cash back, gift cards and merchandise. the best part is that you can transfer your points 1:1 to many frequent travel programs with no transfer fees, including united mileageplus, southwest rapid rewards, hyatt gold passport and marriott rewards. that means 1,000 points are equal to 1,000 partner miles/points, straightforward and simple. this feature is likely to appeal to road warriors who are members of various partner programs, as users aren’t limited to spending their points via chase’s rewards program. in fact, according to our travel rewards card analysis, your 50,000 point intro bonus is worth more than $1,000 when transferred to hyatt’s reward program. there is a $95 annual fee, but it is waived the first year. chase slate: this card was designed with credit card balance consolidation in mind. it’s the only card we’ve found with both a lengthy 0% introductory apr and no balance transfer fee. its 15-month, 0% introductory apr on both balance transfers and purchases translates to interest-free payments until 2018. plus, there are no balance transfer fees during the first 60 days of card membership. this is a big deal, as depending upon how much you plan to transfer, balance transfer fees can really add up. in fact, a $0 intro balance transfer fee can save you hundreds of dollars in fees, and the $0 annual fee is also a money-saver. so if you have excellent credit, you absolutely should not be paying any credit card interest. get this card and transfer your balances. blue cash everyday card from american express: the blue cash everyday card from american express (a nextadvisor advertiser) is a terrific cash back card with absolutely no annual fee. you’ll earn a 3% cash back at supermarkets (on up to $6k in purchases annually), 2% at gas stations, and 1% on everything else. and if you apply by 5/3/17, you’ll earn a spectacular 10% back at u.s. restaurants during the first 6 months you have the card (up to $200 max cash back). plus you’ll get a $100 intro bonus after spending $1,000 on purchases with your new card in the first three months – that’s a 10% cash back bonus on the first $1,000 you spend! in addition you’ll enjoy a 0% 12-month intro apr on purchases and balance transfers. if you want a similar card with higher cash back earnings at supermarkets (6%!) and a larger intro bonus ($150), and are willing to pay an annual fee, check out blue cash preferred card from american express. citi diamond preferred:â shopping for a special item for yourself or someone else? this card will let you make big purchases then carry that balance into 2018 without paying a dime of interest. citi diamond preferredâ (a nextadvisor advertiser) features an incredibly lengthy 21-month 0% introductory apr for purchases and balance transfers – the longest intro apr of any card we’ve ever reviewed! and there’s no annual fee. the combination makes this card perfect for anyone looking to make a large purchase (or several purchases) or who is interested in transferring balances from other high-interest credit cards to this one. either way it’s a smart choice. citi double cash card: the citi double cash card features an effective 2% cash back on all purchases and a lengthy 0% intro apr on balance transfers. the cash back rewards are the best we’ve seen for a card that offers a single cash back percentage on everything you buy. there are two steps two getting the full 2% cash back. use your card to purchase the item(s) for the first 1% cash back. you’ll receive the second 1% cash back after you’ve paid for your purchase(s), for a total of 2% effective cash back. as long as you’re paying the minimum due each month you can take as long as you want to pay off your balance and get the additional 1% cash back (aka, 2% total effective cash back). in addition to this high cash back percentage, you’ll enjoy a generous 18 months of a 0% intro apr on balance transfers. and to top it all off there’s no annual fee and no caps on the amount cash back rewards you can earn. chase freedom unlimited: chase freedom unlimited features an unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases and a lengthy 0% intro apr on purchases and balance transfers. the standard reward percentage makes earning cash back on your purchases worry-free, as you don’t have to do anything or remember to sign up for quarterly rewards like some other cards require. instead you’ll get 1.5% back on every purchase you make. plus you’ll earn a $150 cash back bonus after spending $500 in the first 3 months, which is equal to 30% back on the first $500 you spend! there’s also a 15-month 0% intro apr on purchases and balance transfers, and to top it all off there’s no annual fee. tip: if you’re in the market for a new credit card but don’t think your credit will qualify you for one of these cards, take a look at our top 7 cards for people with less than perfect credit. disclaimer: this content is not provided or commissioned by the credit card issuers. opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of the credit card issuers, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the credit card issuers. this content was accurate at the time of this post, but card terms and conditions may change at any time. this site may be compensated through the credit card issuers’ affiliate program. related posts the wells fargo cash wise visa card boosts its intro... will bankruptcy prevent you from getting a credit ca... common myths about building and managing your credit fixed or rotating cash back: which credit card is be... comments (957) jessy johnson april 13, 2017 credit cards are a good resource, if you keep a strict eye on how much you charge & pay off the bills each month. interest rates are killer no matter how good your credit is. you just have to know what to look for. darnice april 4, 2017 i hav good credit and i check it every other day to be sure i am up to date on any bills and have no debt. i am unsure about getting new credit cards as i have a citibank master card that used to be a citibank visa until they switched. i am considering getting a citi double cash card or a discover card (had one never used and it expired and never renewed)! my bank even wants me to get their credit card. bob eggers march 9, 2017 best card to have is the amex blue card preferred 6% off a supermarkets including $100 shell gift cards buy it at ralphs or kroger and get 20 cents off a gallon so that equals 6% x $3 a gallon =$oo.18 plus .20 = 38 cents off a gallon up to 35 gallons at a time. laura lawrence march 9, 2017 i use citi simplicity…. look it up… absolutely no punishment for using it. ! billy joel march 8, 2017 the reason why the chase freedom unlimited can be better than the 2% double cash back is because the 1.5% ur points from chase can be worth a lot more than 1.5% when redeemed for travel or transferred to partners. also, the dc back rewards are a bit clunky how they work. raj february 24, 2017 the card perks are the most important thing assuming you’re smart enough to pay your balance in full before interest fees are tacked on. i cannot emphasize enough the fact that interest rates do not matter. who cares if your credit card interest rate is 30% … if you pay it off before the 3 or 4 week grace period, you will never incur interest fees. it’s effectively the same as using cash … except, you’re getting money back for using the card! a 2% discount on every purchase is a huge boon! personally, i have the chase sapphire preferred, citi double cash and chase freedom cards. these three cards give me coverage across all spectrums of my life and earn thousands in points/cash back each year. mickinmd february 16, 2017 note the chase freedom unlimited gives 1.5% cash-back, but you can do better than that with the 2% cash-back citi double cash card. the similarly name chase freedom visa gives 5% cash-back at rotating quarterly places like gas stations, drugstores, restaurants, groceries, costco, etc. mickinmd february 16, 2017 bob wrote: “it really doesn’t matter what card you have as far as interest rates if you are smart enough to pay off the entire balance when the bill comes.” oh yes it does. i have two cards that do 5% cash-back at rotating places each quarter of the year (discover and chase freedom): gasoline, groceries, drugstore, hardware stores, restaurants, etc. and a fall-back card that gives 2% cash-back everywhere (citi double cash mastercard). those and a couple more no-annual-fee cards give me $500 to $800 per year in cash-back! bob february 8, 2017 it really doesn’t matter what card you have as far as interest rates if you are smart enough to pay off the entire balance when the bill comes. jessie february 6, 2017 very surprised to not see the barclay arrival plus on this list. i earn 2% back on every dollar spent, regardless of category. redeeming miles is super easy and they give me 5% of my miles back every time i redeem. i’ve looked at a bunch of other cards, and none seem to provide what this one does. show all comments robert bifano january 28, 2017 i have a wells fargo credit card with a very high interest rate, so i think i might want to switch the many other cards that i qualify for, but i know i will not keep paying the crazy high rate , especially since i have several account with wells. they have turned me down every time i try to get a better rate, so time to go else where just so you know i have a fairly large account that will mature in may 2017,so i might look to see if there is better deal some where else,so i guess i am not real thrilled with wells . interred ferguson january 28, 2017 not true, vera stritzel. i don’t even make half that, and i possess 3 cards that are not easy to get approved for. i’m quite sure my credit score made those possible. tf january 18, 2017 i use citi double cash card and love it! 2% on everything, and i don’t have to keep track of quarterly savings. anthony leaonard january 17, 2017 the reason my score is excellent is because i don’t use credit card ;) richard cosola january 17, 2017 i was given a citi bank credit card after costco dropped amex. i use it any time i’m at costco for gas and purshases there. i was then contacted by amex and was given an amex blue cash card with a 10,000 credit line. i use this card for everything else. both cards work great and i get cash back for everything i purchased. i even have my normal monthly bills automatically deducted for even more cash back! i really don’t know why anybody on this thread is complaining? darlene january 14, 2017 i have the discover it card, & its rewards points are linked to amazon. this means that, when shopping at amazon, you can use your discover it rewards cash to pay for your purchase. i love it! and discover’s customer service is the best i’ve ever dealt with. dc january 14, 2017 i had the same problem with citi-bank. i had a double charge from a merchant when the merchant said the citi-bank card wasn’t accepted i used a second card. i then found the charge on both cards. i went to citi-bank and sent copies of both itemized bills to them. they refused to help. i will be closing my account with citi-bank. service like this isn’t worth the additional .5% i get in cash back. i guess i should feel lucky it was only a $100.00 charge. ken january 10, 2017 if for no other reason i have a citi card because of the ‘virtual card’ features . so from the original card which never sees the light of day, i spawn 20 to 30 virtual numbers. which i generate or delete, set the expiration date, and the max chargeable. these are used on the net and with bill paying through the mail. each number can only be used at a single vendor which is established with its first use. security has never been better. barbara january 8, 2017 i understand that credit cards can be good or bad. i have a bof a card . i am in the financial industry and use this card for building miles for my business trips. it is only for my business. forget all this other flowery “stuff” they try to sell you on. use it wisely and pay it off every month. you will be surprised at how your credit score will soar. and then the money you save in interest start to invest for retirement. ken janoski january 6, 2017 how about the capital one venture card. two miles for every dollar spent on anything and everything. john hervig january 5, 2017 i wish i didn’t have a citi card…i’m glad not to be using discover or chase anymore. while discover treated me well, it was way to high of a monthly charge to justify. chase on the other hand would hound me, send letters and make calls regarding a payment that wasn’t even due yet. it was as if they were afraid i was going to run off to an off-shore financial hovel with my $124.00 payment due. citi card, while they seem on the surface to be a bonus for gas and other purchases…i can’t find anywhere on the web-site to acquire a pin # for some of the gas companies that require one (like costco). i would like to have my sam’s card reinstated…but i’m busy getting these others taken care of first. vera stritzel january 4, 2017 excellent credit is good but more important is your annual income. none of the credit card offers will give you a quality credit card if you don’t have a minimum income, of some sort, of $50, ooo a year. shirley january 4, 2017 i use capitalone 1-1/2 back card and am very pleased with their service and will really help with a dispute….i like the bank, too….and i pay my bills in full monthly… larry january 3, 2017 costco stuck me with a citi bank card when they dumped am express. because of horrible service, i have canceled the card , and may cancel my costco account because of the bad card. bill hollenbeck january 2, 2017 stay away from citi cards. i had their double cash card and recently got scammed at a bed and breakfast that could not deliver what they promised on their website. i sent documentation to citi bank and asked them to stop the reservation payment. i received no service from the b&b but citi would not serve as a buffer or get involved, and basically told me “sorry you are on your own.” i will never do business with citi bank again. newton ray december 22, 2016 why not include fidelity visa which pays 2% cash back on everything. the money is credited to a fidelity account? there is no annual fee. mary december 17, 2016 master card black card stinks…customer service stinks…stay away …far away from this one…bad mickinmd december 15, 2016 if you get the 2% cash-back citi double cash mastercard, you’re better off adding the chase freedom visa, which has great quarterly rotating 5% categories (including gas, groceries, restaurants, costco, etc.) instead of the chase freedom unlimited visa’s 1.5% cash-back, which you’d never use because the citi card gives you more back. both the freedom and the freedom unlimited give you a bonus $150 if you charge $500 in the first 90 days but the citi double cash card does not include a bonus, so you’d have to decide if the $150 is worth the bother of using the freedom unlimited for 90 days, then switching. i use the citi double cash card as my go-to card in cases where my 4 other cards only do 1% and find it’s the one i use most often since i do my main grocery and casual clothes shopping at walmart, where the 2% credit card cash-back plus the avg. 3% back i get using walmart’s savings catcher gives me 5% off walmart’s already low prices. tod six december 11, 2016 the sam’s plus mastercard is hard to beat. you get 5% cash back on all gas purchases, you get 3% cash back on all travel and entertainment and 1% cash back on everything else. arthur welsh, jr. december 10, 2016 had a discover “it” card for a long time they just changed it to a” silver” card not to long ago. we’ll see how that one works out bob kelly december 9, 2016 no one ever says anything about gm cards. i’ve saved over $40,000 on 15 gm vehicles over the last 25 years. you get 5% on everything , and i know , there are limits but 5% is 5%. and the sams business card , pay 2% cash back on everything after about the first $5000 i get back over $2000 every year with it. michael robert december 7, 2016 if you get the chase sapphire preferred card, and keep it for a year or more, then change it for another chase card, do you lose the rewards you earned? my understanding is they can even go to your airline account, and draw their miles back out of your account. if that’s true, what’s the advantage to getting the chase sapphire preferred? glenn december 6, 2016 they forgot best of best american express black card, you can’t apply, invite only. even with 800+ fico can’t get. you need to be super rich to get it rose december 3, 2016 on the blue amex card, does “10% cash back bonus on the first $1,000 you spend” mean you have to spend $1,000 to get the 10% or can i spend $100 an get 10% back? julie myhre-nunes december 2, 2016 great question, tom! we wanted to include cards that will appeal to the average consumer in this post, so while chase sapphire reserve’s rewards and perks are very impressive, we know that not all consumers will see the value in a card that has a $450 annual fee. that said, we do review chase sapphire reserve. if you want to learn more about the card, you can read our chase sapphire reserve review. bren december 2, 2016 i have had great success with both the discover it credit card and the citibank double cash card. i too pay off my balances in full every month and have not paid interest on any credit card in over 4 years. the discover card is awesome for those rotating category purchases and the double-it offer where they match however much cashback you have earned is awesome, considering it turns a 1% into a 2% cashback reward and a 5% into 10% cashback. the citibank double cash card is nice because you get what is essentially 2% back on every purchase if you are like me and pay off your balances. the best benefit i have found with the double cash card though is the price rewind feature. i bought a laptop at best buy a few weeks ago for $999.99 and it went on sale during the black friday sale for $849.99. i was ticked at myself for being impatient and buying it when a sale was right around the corner, but the price rewind feature with the double cash card i used to buy it allowed me to submit a request form with a couple of supplementary pieces of evidence and sure enough i got $150.00 added to my account in less than 2 weeks. that is truly epic! tom november 30, 2016 when are you guys going to start including new cards, like the chase sapphire reserve – the updated version of the chase sapphire preferred? mary november 29, 2016 i have had a discover card for 10 years. i pay my balance off in full, every month. i just changed it over to the discover it card. can’t wait to start using it for better benefits! ( you get to use your same account # as before), which i liked. i really like discover because if you have a dispute they are always there to help you and you get to talk to a live person!! can’t do any better, in my opinion!!! dan november 20, 2016 it doesn’t matter which card is in your pocket — if you pay off the balance every month. other than that, watch for the perks offered by each vendor. robert scott november 18, 2016 i received an american express blue card. the first statement was incomplete. when i asked for supporting docs, they cancelled the platinum card i had for 36 years and the blue card and turned in a bad credit report which i dealt with for years. my fico score is over 800. i hate amexco. i have a capitol one 2% for everything card. mcfly november 7, 2016 hmmmm how about sapphire reserve? alice abraham november 4, 2016 tell me more about the card robert november 3, 2016 i keep seeing these “if you have excellent credit, check out these offers” website links, but i never see simmons bank platinum visa listed. i’ve only seen them listed once on credit karma (dot) com and it had nothing but stellar reviews. the interest rate is a flat 7.5%. i applied for it in june 2016 with a credit score of 797. i was approved almost immediately. i have four credit cards, all of which have a zero balance. if i ever need to carry a balance, you can be assured that it’ll be on the simmons bank card. do yourself a favor and google them. they’re located in arkansas and the few times that i’ve contacted them, they’ve been nothing but courteous and professional. note: i am neither affiliated nor paid by them. i’m simply a very satisfied customer and hope that other credit card users will discover them, too. bob november 1, 2016 all this is bs carlos november 1, 2016 american express is giving nothing for the miles. get chase they even gave me$ 200.00 more than the amount of miles i had phillip weeks october 31, 2016 american express delta miles card charges $95 per year. delta charged me 75,000 miles for a 4,000 mile trip. jerry garcia october 24, 2016 personally, i have a barclay card. i get 2 miles of credit for every dollar i charge. and i mean every dollar, doesn’t matter what i buy. and, when i redeem them for travel, i get 5% of those miles back. no annual fee. no black-out dates: i charge a flight or hotel to my card then when i get the card statement, i redeem miles for the balance. very damn simple. robert m. october 17, 2016 have four rewards cards…best is the fidelity investment rewards visa, which pays 2% on all purchases…i invest rewards in a fidelity ira. since the reagan admin. got rid of interest deductions in 1986 (with home equity line exception), i haven’t incurred one cent in interest. pay them off every month, without fail. never worth it to carry balances. romeo r james october 17, 2016 thank you for a timely and well-written article. most informative. great captcha! big pop october 14, 2016 don’t fall for these credit card offers. i applied for the case slate card, and i got it. i have 2 other cards with $18,000.00 and $20,000.00 limits with very low balances. the balances are so low, combining them on the chase slate would have saved me several hundreds of dollars. when i got chase card, they gave me a limit of $1,800.00. what good is that going to do me. now they have another card out hoping to get the 23% interest if i use it in a year. well surprise to them…i cut the card up and will never use it. rich fieldson october 3, 2016 100% cash back!! when discover sent me a new card and the old one was 2 years from expiring, they made me call to confirm it and instead of getting a computer i got a person who tried to encourage me to use the card, asked me what card i was using instead of discover … that i had not used in a year, telling me of all the “great cash back” deals. i told the lady i get 100% cash back — i take a bag of 2,000 pennies to the supermarket for my $16 purchase …. of course they won’t sit there and count out 1600 pennies (and where in the cash register would they put them???) so the frustrated cashier always says, “just go — take your groceries and pennies and leave” – so i pay nothing — 100% cash back. of course the discover person has nothing in her script to counter that — dead silence. i end the call and have her believing it! i have done this twice already with discover as they try to get me to use their card – they deserve that! bernard cisneros september 30, 2016 the carrier for chase sapphire preferred card is visa. john s. harvey september 30, 2016 i carry a sam’s club card (5% cash back on gas – any station or brand), an american express card (3% cash back on groceries), and the citibank double card (2% on everything else). i’ve earned thousands over the years, never paid an annual fee, or any interest (i pay in full every month).. michael murphy september 29, 2016 i have a capital one credit card. it pays 11/2% back on all purchases. over the years i have received at least 2000 in cash back rewards. the trick to it all is to never carry a balance. a.robert syms september 28, 2016 credit cards are false prosperity. if you can’t afford it, don’t buy it. you don’t get a sense of cash when you use credit anyway. sometimes having to empty your wallet to buy something makes you rethink whether you want to buy it in the first place. credit allows you to buy it and keep the cash in your wallet at the same time, that’s the trap, or addiction. risky september 28, 2016 look at wells fargo right now. big bank crooks !!!! i used to work at citi bank and they screwed my credit up so bad… and i swear it was because i paid off my card 100% and told them to never contact me again. i paid them off 100%. they send me a bill for $30.00. i call them and tell them i am not going to pay it. they send me a bill for $60.00…. i call them again and told them not to contact me again. they dinged my credit… i don’t care, i am rid of them and have time to rebuild the dings. i am going to contact chase next month…. go by and pay them with cash…tell them not to contact me again and i am free of all cards. wake up people…. credit cards are a trap. carol vance september 27, 2016 what is the credit card carrier (visa or mastercard) used by chase sapphire preferred card? in fact i would like to know all of them! sal cittadino september 26, 2016 how come you don’t publish their interest rates. i have a credit card at the moment charging 7.25% to to 7.49% steady. can chase beat that. i use to have a chase card for several years. but. their interest rate were too high. nick k september 23, 2016 never use chase! they hurt my fico reducing my credit limit when i was looking to buy a house. when called and asked they said something along the lines of “better credit management” on their part but could not explain why my 770 and never being late with payments is not good enough credit for them. i figure what is not good for them is me paying in full every month. a few weeks ago they also jacked up all the interest rates – their basic rates are as high as the delinquent rates on other ccs. i cancelled my chase cc. mickinmd september 21, 2016 h.i. wrote, ” i was taught if you have to charge it you don’t need it.” that’s still generally true if you mean charging it and not paying it off your entire statement each month. but you are paying more if you pay cash today because of cash-back rewards. i get 2% to 5% so i charge everything that i can. when i paid cash for a new car, i put the max. $3000 of it on a credit card, then paid the credit card company the $3000 when it came due – earning $30 for my trouble. of course, that only works if you can stick your budget and pay-off your entire statement each month. h. l. september 18, 2016 educate people of the pitfalls of credit. people need to control buying and stop listening to the corporate side of capitalism. i was taught if you have to charge it you don’t need it. of course medical needs fall out of this but the pharmaceutical people take advantage of the il. michaelj september 17, 2016 having been around many, many years…i wouldn’t do business with chase or citi (especially citi). all you folks must have short memories?? lydia cerciello september 16, 2016 i also have a discover for many years. i’ve been lucky so far but i never take advantage of the discounts. my fault, i guess. lyle september 15, 2016 can you use these premium cards for the down payment on a new home? rob september 15, 2016 chase no longer does e-billing so i am no longer a customer. they want me to allow them to automatically deduct from my checking – not going to happen. bill kiser september 12, 2016 this story was updated sept.2? are you kidding me? chase sapphire reserve is hottest card on the market. writer is asleep at the switch. mickinmd september 10, 2016 personally, i prefer the chase freedom visa over the chase freedom unlimited visa listed here. the freedom unlimited does 1.5% cash-back. the freedom does 5% categories that rotate like the discover card listed here and 1% elsewhere. the freedom has the same initial $150 potential reward freedom unlimited does. on the other hand, 1.5% isn’t enough for me: i have the citi double cash mastercard that does 2% cash-back everywhere. it doesn’t have that $150 initial reward but the extra 1/2 percent cash-back eventually catches up with that. phyllis dela cruz september 7, 2016 i had citi credit card, and there were some fraud activity on my credit card, and i sent that credit card company the proof that i didn’t authorizes those fraudulent charges, and they sent my account to another company for collections. in rhode island there are laws no one can scam a senior citizen, and any handicap person, which they did both. the laws extends both no bullying, and no harassing. robert block september 6, 2016 ca

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