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New Study Shows Credit and Debit Cards are the Dirtiest Payment Methods

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New Study Shows Credit and Debit Cards are the Dirtiest Payment Methods

New Study Shows Credit and Debit Cards are the Dirtiest Payment Methods

A new study from LendEDU.com showed debit and credit cards were dirtier on average than cash or coins.

Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

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