Thanks to universal default, in which one credit card issuer can elect to raise your interest rate if you fall behind on the payments on another credit card, consumer advocates urge extra carefulness when paying large medical bills by credit card. Instead, first try working out an extended payment plan with the care provider.
Caution Advised Before Paying Medical Bills By Credit Card
By consumerist.com August 30, 2007
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