Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 5. Alaska Banking Code
Section 209. Credit Cards.
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AS 06.05.209. Credit Cards.

(a) A bank is not prohibited from issuing unsolicited credit cards or other similar credit granting devices but the bank may not hold the customer liable for charges made on a credit card or other device before its acceptance by the customer. Before an unsolicited card is considered accepted by the customer, the customer shall execute and furnish to the bank a written statement of acceptance.

(b) A state bank may issue a credit card or other similar credit granting device to a customer for obtaining money, goods, services, or anything else of value, and, notwithstanding AS 45.45.010 , the state bank, when credit is extended under this section, may impose a service charge at a monthly rate as agreed upon by contract between the state bank and the customer receiving the credit granting device.

(c) In addition to charges authorized under (b) of this section, a bank may charge an annual fee for the issuance of a credit card or other similar credit granting device.

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