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February 08, 2006


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When getting a credit card you should always remember that the main goal of the card issuer is not to allow you to make extra money but to make money on you. That is why you should be aware of such tricks as annual fees, late fees or expiring date. Of course, you have better chances of getting a good credit deal if you have a good-to-excellent credit history. But the most important thing will always be carefully reading of the credit terms and comparing advantages and disadvantages of a particular credit program to those of others of the same kind.

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