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credit cards for students

the new credit card act might be considered as bad news for a few students simply because it will be much more tougher for them to get a student credit card but why don't we take a look at the advantage of it. A credit card will help a student find out true meaning of becoming responsible however let's not ignore that many people who suffered a bad credit score due to improper credit card use. Keep in mind how you handle your account can affect your credit history.

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