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Re: Credit Card Law....What's changing and What Isn't

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Never too late, Brother Ike!

 

 

(Was that a spelling error, or a grammar error? I suppose it was a usage error. Oh dear...)

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Re: Credit Card Law....What's changing and What Isn't

Hey, DI, great post, but could you please go back, click the nearly-invisible Options button (they're working on it), choose edit, and insert the URL for the source, where you got the list?

We like to acknowledge our sources. :smileywink: --thanks!
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Re: Credit Card Law....What's changing and What Isn't


haulingthescoreup wrote:
Hey, DI, great post, but could you please go back, click the nearly-invisible Options button (they're working on it), choose edit, and insert the URL for the source, where you got the list?

We like to acknowledge our sources. :smileywink: --thanks!

Updated with source.

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lol, I thought it looked familiar! :smileyvery-happy: thanks
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Re: Credit Card Law....What's changing and What Isn't

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haulingthescoreup wrote:
lol, I thought it looked familiar! :smileyvery-happy: thanks

Excellent article about credit cards in the November issue. 

 

Top credit Cards worth holding:

 

American Express Clear

PenFed Visa Platinum

People's United Banks

Iberiabank Visa Classic

Simmons First Visa Platinum

AMEX Blue Cash

Cap One No Hassle Cash Rewards

Fidelity Rewards AMEX

Schwab Invest First Visa

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