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Quiz: Do you need to uncreditcard your life?

Sorry to break it to you, but what you think you know about credit is probably wrong. For instance, paying for a round of shots at the bar on your credit card and taking months to pay it off is not a good idea. At Mogo, we want you to “uncreditcard” your life. Our suite of Mogo products are designed to help balance your out-of-control spending habits. Take our quiz to see if you need a credit card intervention. Here’s how Mogo will help STEP ONE - Your first step is to get on a plan to pay down your current debt. A lower interest rate consolidation loan with scheduled payments is a great way to do that. Check out our MogoLiquid Loan with rates starting as low as at 5.9%*. STEP TWO – Now that you have paid out your credit card debt with a loan, you may want to put your credit card on ice, cut it up or do whatever you need to do to NOT get yourself back in more debt. You will need to get a replacement card that is accepted anywhere Visa is. Check out our MogoCard. Load it with your own money

Golden Girl Finance's Guide to Uncreditcard Your Life With Mogo!

Mogo has recently been featured on Golden Girl Finance, showing how our products will help you #UnCreditCardYourLife. Here are a few highlights from the Golden Girl Finances article: ![gff_feature](/content/images/2015/04/gff_feature.gif)Oh hello January, happy new year to you too. We didn’t think you would find us here, with our head under our pillows, hiding from our credit card statements. *Ugh*. Another year, another monstrous bill to pay for the previous year’s holiday season. It’s just not fair. Okay, it’s kind of fair. It’s actually totally fair, but we still don’t have to like it ![read_on_v2](/content/images/2015/04/read_on_v2.jpg)![problems_v2](/content/images/2015/04/problems_v2.jpg) Problem, what problem? The problem is that we’re just too nice. When we met up with our dear friends for a holiday lunch, we naturally chose the pricier bottle of wine because they’re worth it, right? Our generosity (unlike our monthly income) knows no bounds. Unfortunately, our largesse leads us into spending decisions that are not healthy for us at all. Indeed, the road to debt and bad credit is paved