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Horsing around with credit card debt: a cautionary tale

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CreditCards.com’s Erica Sandberg relays a story about one memorable encounter she had as a credit counselor with someone who needed a reality check about her finances. See what you can learn from her story about Mary and her daughter’s horse riding lesson

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CreditCards.com’s Erica Sandberg relays a story about one memorable encounter she had as a credit counselor with someone who needed a reality check about her finances.

See what you can learn from her story about Mary and her daughter’s horse riding lessons.

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