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Indebted to Plastic: The History of Credit Cards

Though it is now the philosophy of many consumers, “charge it” was not always a commonplace phrase. Credit cards first appeared in the 1950s, but the concept originated much earlier. In our latest infographic, we depict this plastic evolution and predict what credit cards may become in the future.


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5 responses to “Indebted to Plastic: The History of Credit Cards”

  1. […] take a look at this infograhpic from Credit Sesame, which takes us back (way back) to a time when charging purchases on a tiny […]

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  3. […] yet inaccurate representation of the history of credit card debt in the “info graph” entitled Indebted to Plastic. So it is a pity as many more of the macro dimensions of the discussion could have been illustrated […]

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