A Queens congressman this weekend kicked off the holiday shopping season with a caveat to credit-card-wielding customers: When it comes to store-issued plastic, buyer beware.
In a survey released Saturday of more than 40 major store names, U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-Forest Hills) said store-issued credit cards consistently charge higher interest rates than credit cards issued by banks.
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