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Which of the following is a sign of credit trouble? A. Credit cards are used for big purchases. B. More credit cards are opened. C. Credit cards are canceled due to poor payment history. D. Spending limits on credit accounts are increased
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User: Which of the following is a sign of credit trouble? A. Credit cards are used for big purchases. B. More credit cards are opened. C. Credit cards are canceled due to poor payment history. D. Spending limits on credit accounts are increased

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The following is a sign of credit trouble: Credit cards are canceled due to poor payment history.
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