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For the record

September 15, 2013

American Express Bluebird card: In the Sept. 8 Business section, the Money Talk column about credit cards available to teenagers said that the American Express Bluebird card allowed one free withdrawal each month while subsequent withdrawals incurred a $2 fee. Bluebird cardholders whose accounts are enrolled in direct deposit can make free withdrawals through the MoneyPass network of ATMs. Withdrawals at an out-of-network ATM incur a $2 fee and may incur surcharges. Bluebird cardholders who are not enrolled in direct deposit pay a $2 fee for withdrawals and may pay a network surcharge at ATMs outside the MoneyPass network. The column also should have made clear that no fee is charged for adding funds using a bank account, direct deposit or cash or a debit card at a Wal-Mart store.

Reiko Douglas: In the Sept. 13 LATExtra section, a brief obituary of Reiko Douglas, who with her comedy-writer husband Jack Douglas was a fixture on TV talk shows in the 1960s and '70s, said that she was 46 years younger than he was. She was 28 years younger.

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