AFD: Credit companies offer "Due Date Free Day"
Credit card debt continues to be on the rise. With foreclosures still prevalent and a record number of people filing bankruptcy, the credit card companies are trying to extend a hand to those in need.
The National Organization of Tyrannical Trust (NOTT), a conglomerate of fifteen of the top credit lending agencies, has declared April 1 to be National Due Day-Free day.
Which means, if your credit card payment falls on that day, you don't have to send in a payment.