§ 1b. All credit card applications shall contain the following words verbatim:
a. No applicant may be denied a credit card on account of race, color, religion, national
origin, ancestry, age (between 40 and 70), sex, marital status, physical or mental
disability unrelated to the ability to pay or unfavorable discharge from military
b. The applicant may request the reason for rejection of his or her application for
a credit card.
c. No person need reapply for a credit card solely because of a change in marital
status unless the change in marital status has caused a deterioration in the person's
d. A person may hold a credit card in any name permitted by law that he or she regularly
uses and is generally known by, so long as no fraud is intended thereby.
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