Americans Use Credit Cards Less

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NEW YORK The state of the economy is causing more people to desist from using credit cards in an attempt to stem spending. A new consumer survey from Chicago-based market research firm Mintel found that over two in five adults (43 percent) say they’re using debit cards more and credit cards less because of the recession.

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