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If you have poor credit or very little credit history, it can be difficult to establish yourself as creditworthy. These issuers are most likely to put plastic in your hands.
Credit card fraud is the main reason credit card issuers are moving to a new, PIN-based system. Well, new to the U.S., anyway.
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