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 Friday, October 29, 2004
Has your credit card rate gone up for no reason? More often now, people are getting rate hike notices from credit card companies. Is it just the economy?

Interest rate trends might be part of the reason, but another unspoken reason might be your credit report. Credit card companies look at it regularly. If you are late on other payments, or if you are becoming "maxed-out" on other might find yourself being charged more in interest, even on cards for which you have a perfect payment record. Another possibility: Identity theft or errors on your credit report. Your rates could be increasing through no fault of your own! It pays to check your credit report regularly.
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