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Credit card video: How to opt out of an APR increase

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The Credit Guy — Todd Ossenfort of Pioneer Credit Counseling — explains how to opt out of changes to your credit card agreement, specifically changes to your APR

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The Credit Guy — Todd Ossenfort of Pioneer Credit Counseling — explains how to opt out of changes to your credit card agreement, specifically changes to your APR.

 

 

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