New credit card regs: 18 questions answered

June 1989
ABA Banking Journal;Jun89, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p14
Presents a question and answer advisory on credit card regulations in the U.S. Steps subject to the disclosure requirements; Type of disclosures to be included in applications and solicitations for credit card accounts made by direct mail; Format required for the application and solicitation disclosures.


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