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Credit card video: Credit CARD Act to bring big changes

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Connie Prater, senior writer for CreditCards.com, discusses a few of the major provisions in the Credit Card Act of 2009.

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Connie Prater, senior writer for CreditCards.com, discusses a few of the major provisions in the Credit CARD Act of 2009.

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