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    I think I got that notice.  If I recall it was spelled out in fine print in an update to the user agreement or whatever it was.  If you didn't take the time to read the fine print (most don't) then you wouldn't realize what the change was.  

    Credit companies get you coming and going.  When the prime rate falls too low they switch to "fixed APR" and make it sound like it's really a great deal for you.  When interest rates go back up they suddenly suspend their fixed APR and go to floating rate.  Actually some companies do have fixed might try getting yourself an American Express, for example, I believe they are fixed.  

    In Britain they admit to having royalty. In the United States we pretend we don't have any, and then we elect them president.

    by Asak on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 06:55:42 AM PST

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