2. If you always pay off your credit card you can be subjected to fees to keep the card active.
Where did you get that one from? The only nearly similar thing that I have seen is that credit card accounts may be shut down due to lack of use.
4. I only had a problem with a rental company when they held a large sum of money (the agreed rental amount) and it took 7 days for the bank to remove the hold and show a credit.
So you had a problem that would never have happened if you had used a credit card. What's your point? This is a reason not to use debit cards.
5. Sometimes its better to cut your losses than to owe a shit ton of money to predatory lenders including credit card companies. You'll eventually lose your car and your house and owe money to your credit card company at an insane interest rate that will take over a decade to pay off.
Yes, you can get into trouble is you spend too much money. That problem isn't limited to credit cards. Remember my initial comment about poor impulse control?
6. My bank is proactive. After the Target and Home Depot fiasco, my bank sends me a replacement card and just monitors my purchases until the new card arrives.
So are credit card companies. Typically, if I travel abroad, I get to make one purchase, then my card is temprarily locked. However, the bank sends me a text message, and by replying to that, I can get my card unblocked. Also, proactive: one of my credit cards was repaced last week because the details may have been compromised.
Because credit cards provide better protection to the consumer, credit card issues are more likely to be proactive than with debit cards.
You have failed to show a single reason to use a debit card instead of a credit card if you have reasonable impulse control. Everything you show is not an issue or is actually a reason to use credit cards. Where do you get your information and advice from? I suggest that you get a better source of financial advice.