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5 credit card traps to avoid

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The festive season is approaching and that means people will be making heavy use of their credit cards -- up to 30% more than at other times of the year, according to TMB Analytics. 

All that extra spending means that many credit cardholders will need to work harder to avoid bad habits that can lead them into debt trouble, say analysts at the TMB Bank affiliate.

TMB Analytics estimates that total spending via plastic will increase from 6,100 baht to 8,100 baht per card on average by the end of December.

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