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What happen if you did not use your credit card for 2 month?


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Answered 2010-07-21 18:58:17

It depends on the credit card and company, and your specific plan.

Usually nothing. Some may charge a small fee for maintaining the card (which may be waived if the card is used.)

Some may cancel the account, such as is common with Pre-Pay cards.

Contact your bank or credit company for more info.


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