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Consumer Bureau Leaves Hands Off Upfront Credit Card Fees

By backing off a plan to limit large up-front fees banks can charge on credit cards, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau feels it has protected cardholders from other increased costs, the Associated Press reported April 12.

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