U.S. banks should be ready to abide by new credit card rules set to take effect over the next two weeks, or they could face punishment from regulators, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. told banks last week.

The agency said in a letter that banks should be ready to comply with rules that require them to warn customers 45 days before any interest rate increase and to mail monthly statements at least 21 days in advance.

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