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Most of us have one. Many of us could own several — dozens even — if we said yes every time we were offered one. Credit cards are a ubiquitous part of our consumer culture, yet we may not know all the dark little secrets these plastic cards hold. One way to reduce your credit card debt, and extra fees and interest, is to fully understand your card. Here’s some interesting facts on credit cards and tips that can help you save money.