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What is an over-the-limit fee?

 

What is an over-the-limit fee?

The Bankrate.com financial term of the day is: "Over-The-Limit Fee"

When you use your credit card like a proverbial drunken sailor, it will have a way of sobering you up quickly. A card will hit you with an over-the-limit fee if you charge too much and exceed the credit limit on your plastic.

Charge your credit card to the max -- and beyond -- and you'll wind up paying an over-the-limit fee.

To find a credit card that has what you're looking for, visit the credit cards section at Bankrate.com.

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