Plastic-Shy Young in U.S. Spur Move to New Credit DataJeanna Smialek
Charlie Frohne never wanted a Visa or MasterCard, afraid of incurring debts he couldn’t repay. As the 30-year-old searched for a Manhattan apartment, he found landlords treated his lack of a credit history as a liability.
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