Can you read the fine print?7 of 8Survey resultsYes: 29%No: 71%The Federal Reserve will introduce a standardized form for credit card terms and conditions later this year. We hope when we ask this question again, readers will be able to respond more positively.<< Back to the 2010 Credit Card Guide table of contents. Related Articles:What is the best credit card?Find the best credit cardShould you transfer a balance?Plastic Rap blogRelated Links:8 benefits of new credit card lawHow to compare rewards cardsHow can I improve my credit score?Should you get a secured card?advertisement
The Federal Reserve will introduce a standardized form for credit card terms and conditions later this year. We hope when we ask this question again, readers will be able to respond more positively.
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