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How Your Unused Credit Cards May Be Costing You

We've all been there. After shopping and picking out a few items, you head to the counter, and the cashier tells you there is a special offer: You'll get 20% off if you sign up for a credit card today. It sounds like a great deal, so you sign up to get the discount. Afraid of racking up interest...
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