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The Fed puts a stop to fee harvesting, or charging credit card users retroactive interest rates.
Credit card companies have started to penalize late payers by taking away rewards points.
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Discover, Bank of America and Chase give recession-weary shoppers rewards for seasonal spending.
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Despite the CARD Act’s initiative to rein in fees, the credit issuer’s net income will rise a whopping 20% this year.
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