How Does My Credit Card Company Find Out So Much About Me?

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Privacy about our personal lives declines further as credit card companies get more information about us.

Now, in order to increase credit card collections, they are training employees to bond with people, and connect emotionally, to get us to pay them.

As new Federal Reserve Rules, effective next year, restrict some of the abusive practices the credit card companies have used to make big bucks in the past, some are turning from bad cop to good cop.

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