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Credit card companies are increasingly turning to the legal system in their rush to collect money that is owed to them. But, there now exists a very big problem in this litigious-happy practice—nearly all these lawsuits may be flawed.
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Everyone knows you have to pay a municipal sales tax on your purchases, but what about a corporate Visa tax that’s levied by credit card companies?
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Posted on May 29, 2015
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