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Don't Let Your Credit Become a Greek Tragedy

By cardratings.com, CardRatings contributor
Updated, December 31, 2012
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Don’t let your credit become a Greek tragedy

Woman losing track of accountsThe ancient Greek tales of misfortune would have us believe that angering the gods might be the cause of all our financial woes.

However, these hubristic scenarios aren’t the plots of Greek tragedies; they’re common problems with credit card debt that plague many Americans.

Discover how our heroes might overcome their financial fate and learn something from their cautionary tales.

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