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I liked to shop, so it was inevitable that if I had a credit card, I’d run up thousands in of debt, right? And my mum, who generally is the one I turn to for financial advice, discouraged me.
She didn’t think I needed more than a debit card, and so for all of college, that’s all I used. So when I graduated and moved to New York, I didn’t have debt, but I did have a really hard time getting a credit card. A few years ago, I opened an American Express because it seemed like a sophisticated card to have in my wallet. I’m not one of those people who knows how to take advantage of the points system to get free airfare.
About 3 in 4 consumers with a debit card or checking account and a smartphone have made a mobile payment at least once in the past 12 months, according to a 2016 study from Did Mc Namara see this coming? Before selling his equity in Diners Club in 1952, he predicted the company would “’peter out at 250,000 members, last for a while, then disappear like the zoot suit,’” according to Simmons.
But Congress passed the law only after studying the issue for eight years, according to a 1971 article in The Journal of Consumer Affairs.
Throughout the 1970s, more consumer protections were added under the Consumer Credit Protection Act.
I didn’t get my first credit card until I was out of college.
I was afraid of marketers and their promises of easy money.