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TweetChat: Join Credit.com’s Gerri Detweiler Tomorrow Morning

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Join Credit.com and personal finance expert, Gerri Detwieler, for a discussion on the debit card swipe fee hearings –tomorrow morning, February 17th at 10:00am (EST).

Gerri will be tweeting live during the hearing for the Federal Reserve’s Proposed Rule on Interchange Fees, filling us in on how this proposed rule will impact consumers and businesses alike. Please bring your questions and comments about this subject as the laws are being made.

Gerri will also be available to answer consumer questions related to all things credit and personal finance! Have questions about managing debt? Handling collections or collector calls? Your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act? Bring your questions and get the answers you’re looking for.

The chat starts tomorrow morning, February 17th at 10:00 AM EST at TweetChat #CCOMdebit. Or simply click here to automatically be directed to our TweetChat event.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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  • General Joe

    This is a bad amendment that will end up costing consumers in higher banking fees. We should all go to the federal reserve’s website and let them know we want this repealed. It simply does nothing to help consumers, as it originally intended.

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