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Las Vegas flunks debt report card

Men’s Health put together a list of cities in its November issue with the worst personal debt, “Is Your City A Debt Trap?” and gave grades from A+ to F.
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Give the gift (certificate) of warmth this year

Connie Prater

Looking for a last-minute holiday gift for the guy or girl who has everything? How about a little heat?
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In online gambling battle, Antigua wins a small pot from U.S.

Daniel Ray

The U.S. lost a round Friday in its effort to clamp down on people who sit at home and use their credit cards to gamble on the Internet. In an unusual ruling, the World Trade Organization ruled against the U.S. and in favor of the offshore gambling haven of Antigua. The odd part: The ruling OK’d piracy.
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Persistence pays! Got a refund on expired rebate gift card

I was in a perfectly good mood before I called to find out the balance on a Visa rebate gift card from Cingular, now AT&T. The gift card was a rebate that I got after buying a Motorola V3i razor cell phone from Cingular in January 2007. At the time, I didn’t notice the fine print on the back of the card: It would expire in June 2007.
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Congresswoman circulates far-reaching credit card bill

Daniel Ray

Congressional heat on the credit card industry just turned up a notch. A key congresswoman is floating a bill that would abolish many of the card issuers’ practices that consumers find most offensive, including double-cycle billing, universal default and hiding rate changes in tiny type.
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