CreditCardsCo Blog Author - Brent Thomas
Brent (69 Posts)
Brent Thomas has a long background working as an underwriter in the credit card industry. He offers information to the general public on how credit works and obtaining loan approvals in his many published writings online. He has an extensive knowledge of credit cards, mortgages, debt, auto loans, and personal loans. Also at: Credit Card News.
If there’s ever been a reason for consumers to consider prepaid debit cards, the $32 billion in overdraft fees that were paid to the nation’s biggest banks last year is the perfect justification. Is it time for you to bail on your big bank?
Card Nanny promises a lot – but is it worth the $5.95 fee each month a smart investment? Here’s our review of this credit card management tool.
Thinking it’s time to shop for a better credit card? Here are some of the best credit cards, including a few co-branded offers and rewards credit cards, available today.
al-Qassam Cyber Fighters promised they would begin their denial of service attacks again this spring. True to their word, they’ve already hit one big bank this week.
How does the Barclays Bank Virgin America Visa Signature credit card measure up and is it worth consideration?
Serve by American Express is on the scene; does it have what it takes to become a formidable player in the prepaid debit card industry?
Credit card debt is down, but it could be lower – except for the fact more of us are charging our medical expenses.
There are several credit card offers that have just now become available and many are designed for those with less than perfect credit.
U.S. Bank has several credit card offers that its competition can’t touch, including unique rewards programs and even a co-branded Harley Davidson credit card.
Suze Orman gambled with her Approved Card, touting it as a “consumer friendly solution to the prepaid industry”. Almost a year later, how did it do?
There’s a new trend in the financial sector and it includes prepaid cards. Here’s a few of the best 2012 brought us.
Today college students face would-be employers who want to check their credit history, even if they have yet to establish one. A credit card can help them with that, if they choose wisely.