Vietnamese Library: Credit Cards

Some of the following Consumer Action publications are available in bulk for non-profit or government agencies to distribute for educational purposes. Further info can be found on the How To Order Publications page.

Library: Vietnamese | Personal bankruptcy: Your financial fresh start (Vietnamese) . Bankruptcy can offer a financial fresh start for consumers overwhelmed by debt, but there is a lot to know about the process and potential consequences before a decision to file can be made. This guide explains the differences between the two types of personal bankruptcy, what is required of filers, what happens to debts and assets, alternatives to consider, the general legal process, and where to find assistance and more information. Filed Under: Bankruptcy Credit Consumer Rights Credit Cards Debt Collection Foreclosure on Dec 21, 2017

Library: Vietnamese | Credit Cards - What You Need To Know (Vietnamese) . Most people use credit cards—but do they know the terms of the agreement they have with their card issuer. This brochure is designed to help readers understand the different types of cards available; sort through offers to choose the card that's right for them; understand credit card terms and conditions, and avoid fees and penalty rates. Filed Under: Credit Credit Cards on Nov 11, 2010

Library: Vietnamese | Families and Credit Cards (Vietnamese) . This educational brochure is designed for parents who are weighing the merits of giving their children credit cards. The topics covered include youth and credit cards, adding cardholders to your account, secondary cardholder policies, payment options for kids while they're traveling and helping young people understand the importance of good credit. Filed Under: Credit Credit Cards on May 06, 2010

Library: Vietnamese | Recognizing Credit Card Fraud (Vietnamese) . Credit card fraud happens when consumers give their credit card number to unfamiliar individuals, when cards are lost or stolen, when mail is diverted from the intended recipient and taken by criminals, or when employees of a business copy the card or card numbers of a cardholder. This new Consumer Action publication explains how to recognize and avoid many forms of fraud that involve credit cards, such as skimming, phishing, ID theft and counterfeit cards. Filed Under: Credit Credit Cards Fraud/Scams on Jul 14, 2009

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