Credit Companies Crack Down The credit crunch means some credit card companies are clamping down on outstanding debt. Our personal finance contributor discusses how to get and keep the best credit deal.
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Credit Companies Crack Down

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Credit Companies Crack Down

Credit Companies Crack Down

Credit Companies Crack Down

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The credit crunch means some credit card companies are clamping down on outstanding debt. Personal finance contributor Michelle Singletary talks with Alex Chadwick about how to negotiate debt with companies and how to make sure the deal you strike over the phone actually sticks.