The month of April.
The annual percentage rate.
The annual per-year rebate.
The adult practice rate.
The bank charges you $25 per month to have the card.
You must have an authorized user co-sign for your collateral.
You must have a student account to hold as collateral.
You have a savings deposit on hold as collateral.
Means you don't have to pay 5% of your credit card bill each month.
Means you earn 5% cash back on your credit card statement for certain purchases.
Means you get 5% cash back at the end of the year from the credit card company.
Means you will have to pay an annual fee to have the credit card.
Is standard with any type of credit card you apply for.
Is a special fee if you do not use your credit card for one annual year.
Is a fee you pay each year to have the particular credit card.
Is not a fee connected with student accounts.
You do not pay any interest on a credit card balance you transfer from another credit card.
There is not a balance due for that month on your credit card statement.
You will be charged a fee of zero dollars for that particular month of purchases.
You made zero purchases on your credit card for the month.
Has a definite credit limit.
Always has an annual fee.
Has a low APR.
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