The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 04, 1989, Page 6, Image 6

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| Service could save students money
Staff Reporter
As credit card services become
more numerous and complex, one
student at the University of Ne
braska-Lincoln has found a way to
capitalize on the confusion.
Last June, Daniel McMana
man, a senior engineering major at
UNL, began posting ads on cam
pus bulletin boards offering a list
of about 25 credit cards, and the
services each offers. He charges a
$2 fee for the list
“It’s turned into a nice little
business,” said McManaman, who
, said he has had about 500 custom
ers so far.
McManaman sdid the cards on
his list offer the best combination
of low annual fees, low' interest
rates, the longest grace periods,
and the best services, such as ac
cess to instant cash.
The credit card information
service has a special appeal to col
lege students. McManaman said,
because of the way they use credit
”1 know that students are the
first ones to just pay off the mini
mum fees and not pay off their
credit card each month as opposed
V£fcr i> it
to a lot of people who try to pay
(the balance) off each month.
“If they (students) can get a
card with a lower interest rate,
they’ll save a lot more money,”
McManaman said.
He said he has added to his list
or cards over the years, updating
the information each month.
‘Tmjusta student,” McMana
man said. 'Tm not trying to make
a killing. I charge $2, and there are
some costs in putting it out. And
you might end up saving $50.”
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Student Health and Accident Insurance
Mid West National LiTe Insurance Company in Irving, Texas provides
UNL students and dependents-with medical coverage designed -.
specifically for (hem. All undergraduate and graduate students
who have paid their University Health Center fees are eligible
for coverage under this plan. Their dependents are eligible for
coverage although they must use community medical resources.
The insurance policy will pay 80% of the first 52,500 of reasonable
.and customary.expenses after a deductible has been met, and 100%
of the expenses above 52,500 up to a lifetime maximum of $50,(XX).
For treatment received at LNL 1 lealth Center, the deductible is
waived and covered expenses arc paid at 100%. Refer to your >
insurance.brochure for additional benefits and covered expenses.
Enrollment for first semester ends October 8, 1989
Fees for the 89/90 Schixil Year are as follqws:
Student Only.S260.00
Add for Spouse. 720.00
Add for Kach Child. 315.00
If you wish to be cov ered under this plan, you must fill out
the enrollment cards available by mail or from the Student Health
Center. Coverage becomes effecliv e upon receipt of your payment.
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to be designated
at UN® Friday
Vafioos research gardens
and landscaped areas on City
and Bast campons, and the
Beginning midnight Monday,
Oct 2
1:21 ajn, ~ Window reported
broken in Abet Hall north
lounge, $S0.k
9:22 an. Two-vehicle, non
injury accident reported at Area
3-4 near Chi Phi Fraternity,
1032 u.m. - Cassette tapes,
case, coal and gloves reported
stolen from vehicle parked in
Area C, 17th and Vine streets,
12:06 pjn. - Person living in
Abel Hall reported to have re
ceived annoying phone calls.
1:02 p.m. - Wallet and con
tents reported stolen from Old
father Hall, $86.
1:49 p.iti. ~ Person reported to
have fallen from bicycle. Taken
to University Health Center for
treatment or minor scrapes to
2:03 pjn. - Windshield re
ported broken on vehicle
parked in Area 3, New Hamp
shire Street between 14th and
13th streets.
2:10 pju. - Person living in
Schramm Hall reported to have
received annoying, phone calls.
4:30 pjn. - Radar detector
repotted stolen from Vet Basic
Science Building, $100.
5:01 pjn. ~ Camper shell re
ported vandalized on truck
parked at Marred > Student