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What is Qualifying revolvers

Forms of lending that are unsecured, revolve (i.e. they do not represent a fixed amount for a fixed time, can be added to and reduced), and are uncommitted (i.e. able to be withdrawn at any time). An example would be a credit card or an overdraft facility.

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