Despite CARD Act, Teen Able to Open $12,000 Credit Card

A 19 year old student was able to open a credit card with a ,000 credit limit despite the new laws under the CARD Act–which specifically regulate how credit card issuers market to the under-21 crowd. Adam Levin, Chairman and Founder of Credit.com, explains the rules on ABC Channel 7 Eyewitness News. January 10, 2011

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National nonprofit ACCC provides consumers with important information about credit during National Credit Awareness month this October

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(PRWeb September 29, 2015)

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Delivery and Logistics Company to Automate Sage 100 ERP Accounts Receivable f...

Today e2b teknologies, publisher of Anytime Collect A/R management software announced a new customer has chosen Anytime Collect to automate Sage 100 ERP accounts receivable.

(PRWeb September 24, 2015)

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