WBAY reported on college students’ credit card usage — or the trending lack of it. In the past credit cards were an important part of students’ lives, but today only one third of college students possess a credit card. Action 2 News interviewed students on the UW-Green Bay campus and found out that many are afraid of spending too much, paying interest on unnecessary purchases, and feel that credit cards are confusing and may include hidden fees.
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