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What is ID theft and How to Report it?

Simply put, Identity theft occurs when someone gets hold of your personally identifiable information to commit acts such as fraud and other crimes.

Author: Carolyn Spiel | Categories: ID Protection

Second ‘$800 billion’ Bailout and US Consumer Banking

Unlike the first $700 billion stimulus package which was intended to promote inter-bank lending, the second bailout $800 billion economic stimulus package would be used to purchase consumer debt and mortgage backed securities.

Author: Scott Townsend | Categories: Banking, Financial News

Avoiding Christmas Credit Card Debt

As the year comes to an end and Christmas approaches, a time has come where your expenses might get higher than usual. With millions of Americans already high in credit card debt, remaining debt-free throughout this period requires some work on your part.

Author: Roberta Sanchez | Categories: Credit Card Tips, Financial Planning

Understanding Credit Cards in Small Print

Millions of United States consumers lose money due to their inability to either read or understand details pertaining to their credit cards in small print. Whether it’s a credit card agreement, purchase agreement or other contract details, the bulk of Americans will only skim through the document rather than take a while to read and ensure to have understood all aspects of the agreement.

Author: Brent Thomas | Categories: Banking, Credit Card Basics

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