Introducing the OTR Custom Credit Card Planning Service

Is this whole credit card thing overwhelming to you? Are you starting to feel like you’ll never earn enough miles to take that dream trip? I get it – it used to be overwhelming to me too (everyone starts off confused when it comes to credit cards).

I’ve got some good news for you: I can help, and it won’t cost you a dime.

Here’s how it works: fill out the form below and tell me what trip you’re hoping to take. A week in Hawaii? That long put-off trip to Paris? Wherever you’ve dreamed about. I’ll work with you to create a Custom Credit Card Plan to help you get those miles by opening credit cards.

The cost? Free. Yes, free. Just as a travel agent earns commissions for booking your travel, I earn commissions from some credit card companies. I’ll fully disclose where I’m earning a commission – but let’s be honest, I’ve been doing this for 8 years. I’m not going to jeopardize the reputation that’s earned me a place in the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, CBS News and other media outlets.

The only caveats: you should have a credit score above 725 and should not be planning to buy a home in the next 18-24 months. Your credit is too important to risk a slight drop before you’re making a big purchase.

If you do have good credit, though, we can create a credit card plan that’ll get you that dream trip for free. We’ll tell you what cards to open, how much spend you’ll need, what cards to open next, and when you’ll have enough miles for that trip. Just fill out the form here, and we’ll have you on that plane in no time.

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