<<BTW: I heard on NPR yesterday that Advanta is now charging a $25.00 fee to cancel their card. I couldn't believe my ears! Can someone say 'class action lawsuit?' If this trend is followed by other cards then we definately should be leary about what cards we have and have not.>>Whoa!! Kelvin, are you serious?? That is unbelievable. I don't see how that can be done, unless the card issuer makes the user sign a contract prior to getting the card--similar to the way cellular phone companies work it.Sheesh, what's next? You're on the checkout at the supermarket and the cashier says:Milk....that's $1.99Bread...that's $1.29What? You don't have tomatoes? That'll cost you $3.49.TonyTMF 2Aruba
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