Have you heard of credit card churning? It’s an attempt to game the credit card industry by applying for many cards to take advantage of their introductory bonuses, earning a lot of points or cash back quickly. Then, the cards are canceled and new cards with intro bonuses are found. Can a card issuer cancel your credit card for doing this? Learn what can happen in our video with credit expert John Ulzheimer.
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