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Some companies actually seek out and market their cards to recently bankrupt individuals.
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Pop quiz! If you don't know, it's time for a little Personal Finance 101.
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For many households, borrowing is not a temporary means to an end, but a permanent foundation of their finances.
There's little doubt that Americans with higher credit scores get better deals. So why do so many U.S. consumers know so little about their credit scores?