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A new study indicates that limits on how credit cards can be marketed and approved for those under 21 aren't working as planned.
But they won't be much of a deal. Charging $4.95 to send $25 may not lure many customers.
The celebrity sisters end their relationship with a prepaid card criticized for high fees. There are still plenty of those cards out there.
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