Stage Credit Card Login Step by Step
STAGE CREDIT CARD LOG IN :
As from the previous articles we came to know about the importance of the Stage credit card in the life of a person who is always into buying from some specifically luxurious brands. Let us dig some more information about this. Though owning a credit card is not a big deal but maintaining one is a matter of serious issue.
What can happen if you fail to lose the minimum balance in your credit card? Or what if you run out of cash? Well, that’s not the reason to panic. Here I introduce you to the Stage Credit Cards annual rate and fee
- Annual Fee : 0
- Intro APR on purchase: Nil
- Intro APR on Balance transfer: Nil
- Ongoing APR: 25.24%
- These are the stage’s fees and rates discussed above
APR = Annual Percentage Rate instead of the interest rate for a month it is for the whole year.
Here a 24% APR means 2% in a month over the whole sum we carry from month to month.
Now that’s all a brief insight into what was the rate we had for STAGE Card. In usual if we see then APR is 24% as a mean.
Now as we have registered with the Stage Portal it is time to log in to a new chapter of cards.
How to login to the portals page?
I know its stupid of me teaching you how to log in, Still, it’s important.
- First of all enter into the portal of the owner that is Comenity Bank
- Fill into your username and password sent to you via mail.
- Here it is, fresh account of the stage is logged in.
Now you can lift all the benefits related to the card. That is checking your balance, transacting money, viewing history it is all in here.
Though the login process seems to be very simple to some of us, it has a great logic, engineering and of course coding behind this!
Let us dig a bit deeper with the technology behind. What happens is whenever you have to log in, you must have to be registered on the same site. If you are registered then your credentials or we can say data are being stored into the database.
Now when someone tries to log in to the page it must be having the username or password, and that is provided by the site on the user’s mail. By using the username and password, the user fills in the blank shown and then the API () application programming interface which runs into the backend comes into play. This API collects the variables and characters typed into the user interface and tries to find the data into the database which was stored previously. If this data found matches the data filled into the user interface then the login process becomes successful neither, API refuses to identify the user through the data because its value sets to the non defined. Thus what we get on our user interface is login in error or invalid credentials. That’s how the whole login process is spearheaded into a nutshell.