An overview of some of the new credit rules for 2010

January 4, 2010 by Todd Murray · Leave a Comment 

Michelle Singletary’s column in the Washington Post this weekend gives a very good overview of some of the new credit rules for 2010. The big change, of course, is the Credit CARD Act that will limit exotic fees and high interest charges, and will force lenders to more meaningfully disclose their products’ terms.

New credit rules could make for a happier 2010 for consumers| Michelle Singletary | Washington Post | December 31, 2009

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I'm a consumer rights lawyer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I sue debt collectors that harass and abuse people, defend debt collection lawsuits, and sue repossession companies that wrongfully repossess cars and trucks.

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