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Sunday, July 08, 2012


André Johannesen

Very good site and posts, working with some of the same where I compare credit cards and consumer loans. All I write several articles about credit cards, and i will probably write a similar article

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Well I guess I have ruled over my limitations in regards to using my credit cards. As of now, I haven't encountered big problems with those though. Anyway, this was an interesting post. Now I know what credit company I should avoid.

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I wonder what can be the kind of complaints a credit card user may have towards its Bank. This is not very clear to me. You are allowed a certain credit by your bank, as long as you respect the deal, what can be the problem ?


I guess this info is totally unique.

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