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505. Will the bank get involved right away?




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This article is from the Credit cards and Consumer Credit FAQ, by adams@spss.com (Steve Adams) with numerous contributions by others.

505. Will the bank get involved right away?

No. Under the law, first you must try "in good faith" to resolve
the problem directly with the seller.

 

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