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1 Zero liability means you are not responsible for fraudulent charges on your card.
1 True! Zero liability means you are not responsible for fraudulent charges on your card, if you report them promptly. Home
2 Your credit card balance is the maximum dollar amount that can be charged on your credit card.
2 False! Credit limit is the maximum dollar amount that can be charged on your credit card.
3 Overdraft protection is a service that protects you from penalties for writing checks with insufficient funds.
3 True! Overdraft protection is a service that protects you from penalties for writing checks with insufficient funds.
4 The true cost of a credit card purchase includes the tax of that purchase.
4 False! The true cost of a credit card purchase includes any interest pay as a result of that purchase.
5 Credit card rating is the yearly interest rate charged on outstanding credit card balances.
5 False! APR is the yearly interest rate charged on outstanding credit card balances.
6 One of the advantages of having a credit card is that you can increase your impulse buying habits.
6 False! Its best to use credit cards for needs rather than wants. Home
7 An introductory rate is a temporary interest rate offered by a credit card company as a promotion.
7 True! An introductory rate is a temporary interest rate offered by a credit card company as a promotion. It usually last for 6-12 months, then increases.
8 A disadvantage of credit cards is its cost to you in interest and fees.
8 True! Credit cards cost to you is in interest and fees. Banks need to make money too! Home
9 Annual Percentage Rates (APRs) rates are always fixed.
9 False! Annual Percentage Rates (APRs) rates can be fixed or variable.
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