Now i don't use or even have a credit card, but this practice is ridiculous and should not be allowed. It seems like a way to in the end get more money out of over the limit fees. Like if there is a customer who deosn't check there accoun online to notice that there limit had been reduced. It is basically getting to where the people, the consumers in the workd today have protection from nothing anymore. No wonder so many people can't afford there regular bille. They are too busy trying to recover from fees from greedy cheating creditors .
Asked by Anonymous at 12:10 PM on Mar. 16, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
This is why we don't have credit cards either! We had Sears cards YEARS ago and they were awful about slimy stuff like this. Also if you regular due date fell on a Sunday they would move it to Saturday (which if you budget like I do you aren't watching for) and if you pay it after 1pm on the CHANGED day it was late! They have all kinds of ways to get you if aren't CONSTANTLY vigilant and I don't have time for that nonsense!
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