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 n.— «Although most people use these deals to enable them to pay off their debts more quickly, the more sophisticated users borrow the money for free and stick it in the bank to earn interest or to offset their mortgages (it’s known as “stoozing”).» —“0% Cards: Don’t Forget To Check Your Credit Files” by Jane Mack Motley Fool (U.K.) July 9, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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