About allCards.com

About Allcards.com

We here at Allcards have a chip on our collective shoulders. Actually, we have two chips.

First, we are tired of seeing the “big” credit card sites rank at the top of Google search results, when all they show you are credit cards that pay them big fees. We have nothing against making money, but it does grate on us when a popular website makes money at the expense of its readers.

Here at Allcards, we track hundreds of credit cards, most of which don’t pay us a dime. We work hard to present credit card data to you in a way that allows you to make the best choice for your financial circumstances. Sometimes we make a buck; most of the time we don’t.

As an example, compare our business credit card page with any other credit card site you can find. We list over 80 card options, the majority of which we have no affiliate relationship. You won’t find these cards on the big sites, where it’s “pay-to-play” only.

Second, while we enjoy travel, we enjoy building lasting wealth even more. So when it comes to credit cards, we love saving and investing the rewards. Many of the big credit card websites love to post pictures of people in first class sipping champagne, all paid for with points or miles. What they don’t show you is that same person back in their cubicle 9 to 5 the following Monday.

We prefer financial freedom.

We are dedicated to one thing, and one thing only–bringing you the best deals on credit card offers available anywhere. We search high and low for rewards credit cards, 0% balance transfer offers, high-limit credit cards, and everything in between. We also provide unique content about the credit card industry, regulations, and news. And finally, allCards publishes educational content designed to raise awareness about the advantages and disadvantages of credit cards.

Meet the Team

Robert Berger

Rob Berger
Founder & CEO

Rob Berger started Allcards from the basement of his home in 2008 while still practicing law. More than a decade later he still works out of his basement, although at a different house and retired from law. He’s written about credit cards since 2007 and is the author of the highly acclaimed book, Retire Before Mom and Dad. He is a former litigation attorney in the securities field and the Founding Editor of Forbes Advisor.

What’s in his wallet:

Christina Castle

Christina Castle
Chief Data Officer

Christina Castle manages all of our credit card data (and there’s a lot). She enjoys spending her dough on books and the occasional Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew. Christina feels fortunate she was raised in a household with parents who taught her the importance of budgeting, saving, and financial independence. It brings her great joy to be a part of helping others find ways to achieve their financial goals.

What’s in her wallet:

Michael Pruser

Michael Pruser
Managing Editor

Michael is a graduate of the University of Miami with a degree in Mathematics. He’s worked in the credit card space for more than 15 years, writing for Lending Tree, Business Insider, and many others. If you can’t find him speaking at a financial conference, he’s likely creating data-driven algorithms for fun.

What’s in his wallet:

Gail Kellner

Gail Kellner
Editor & Writer

Gail Kellner is an editorial assistant and contributing writer. According to family lore, money was one of her first words (“Mun-ya”) and ever since then, she’s been fascinated with money and investing. She has a B.A. in Psychology from Western CT State University and an M.S. in College Student Personnel from Indiana State University. She lives with her husband, two sons, and various fur-children in Westfield, MA. In her spare time, she writes YA and children’s fiction, reads, and enjoys a good nap.

Matt Chaffin
Data Analyst

Matthew Chaffin is a data analyst and freelance writer with over 5 years of experience. He has a strong interest in credit cards, credit building, and investing. Outside of allcards, Matthew enjoys writing fiction, screenplays, creating board games, and other projects. His favorite way to use his time is by spending it outside or watching Bluey with his daughter.