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It pays to be rich if you need a credit card

COMING UP IN SUNDAY BUSINESS

A year after sweeping credit card regulations upended the industry, banks are showering perks and rewards on big spenders with sterling credit scores.

And they’re socking customers with spottier histories with higher interest rates, lower credit limits and new annual fees. In some cases the riskiest customers are being dropped altogether.

We'll have a package of stories about the changes and tips for credit card users this Sunday in Business.


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