Letters: Credit Cards and New Music On Monday we read from your emails. Many wrote in about last week's discussion of how stores draw customers in during the holidays, especially about the remixed versions of the music of the season. And our segment on credit cards displacing checks as the most popular form of payment drew a range of responses.
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On Mondays, Talk of the Nation reads from your emails. Many wrote in about last week's discussion of how stores draw customers in during the holidays, especially about the remixed versions of the music of the season. And our segment on credit cards displacing checks as the most popular form of payment drew a range of responses.

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Liz Pulliam Weston, author, Your Credit Score: How to Fix, Improve, and Protect the 3-Digit Number that Shapes Your Financial Future