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UK credit card issuers get tough

Jeremy Simon

British issuers Barclaycard and Egg have decided they would rather drop certain cardholders altogether than let them hang around and pose a repayment risk — even if the cardholders’ had nothing in their credit report to suggest they were a danger.
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Rabid rabbit-ear TV fans snap up discount cards

Daniel Ray

What’s hotter on the market than the “War kittens” credit card? One that will help fans of over-the-air TV keep using their rabbit ears a bit longer.
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ID theft again tops FTC fraud complaint list

Jeremy Simon

Earlier this week, the Federal Trade Commission unveiled its list of leading consumer fraud complaints for 2007. Topping the FTC’s complaint list for the seventh-straight year: identity theft.
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Why you should care about credit

Emily Crone

To those who don’t think they need credit or don’t think their credit matters much, let me prove you wrong. Credit is used in so many facets of life. Having no credit or bad credit isn’t that different, since either situation can put a serious damper on more than just your finances.
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Plastic politicking: Donating to campaigns by credit card

Emily Crone

Are you crazy for Barack? Are you rooting for Hillary? Are you counting on McCain? Do you “heart” Huckabee? It’s quick and easy to support your favorite presidential candidate with your credit card.
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