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By timestaff
March 4, 2010

Personal finance from around the web:

  • Meanwhile, Chase is also sending out new cardmember agreements stating that “your account may be in default if any of the following applies: . . . we obtain information that causes us to believe that you may be unwilling or unable to pay your debts to us or to others on time.” That may not be the dreaded “universal default,” but it’s still pretty grim for the cardholder.[Credit Slips]

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