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A check provided to you by a credit card issuer that you can use to access your credit card line of credit is called a:

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    A check provided to you by a credit card issuer that you can use to access your credit card line of credit is called a: A. credit check B. prepaid check C. check card D. convenience check

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    For which of the following do credit card companies usually NOT charge a fee? A. early repayment B. balances over the credit limit C. annual membership D. cash from an automatic teller machine (ATM)

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    A card which requires the cardholder to pay a sum of money equal to the credit limit is called a: A. debit card B. unsecured card C. blocked card D. prepaid card

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