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Foreclosures, bankruptcies and missed credit card payments are all part of many Americans’ credit reports these days. Changing jobs can double your problems if you’re required to sign a consent form for a routine credit check.
What does President Obama’s speech mean for the 2009 CARD Act, if anything? And how are credit card companies luring us for the 2011 holiday shopping season?
Wondering how transparent your credit card company’s website is? Take a look and see how yours ranked.
Visa has plans to ensure new EMV technology is incorporated in the United States. The chip migration and EMV technology is safer for both consumers and merchants.
With the S&P choosing to lower the nation’s credit rating, there are lessons to be learned from what our elected leaders didn’t do. Here’s how you can apply those lessons to your own budgeting efforts.
Credit card debt – higher unemployment and interest rates. Statistics show changes in credit card industry still lacking.
American Express and Foursquare have teamed up to define a new niche in the ‘under 35’ set. It’s a golden plan – if they can pull it off.
The misuse of credit reports continues in the U.S. Just how far it goes remains to be seen, though credit histories continue to be considered by hiring managers and credit card companies.
The Citi Simplicity credit card is said to be one of the best offers available. Learn more about this card and its perks.
CitiBank announced today that more than 200,000 of its customers’ credit card and banking information was recently compromised. Here’s what happened.
The big credit card companies just released their monthly figures and if you thought March was a good month, you’ll really be impressed with April’s figures
The 2009 CARD Act, which is still be hashed out despite the law already being in effect, continues to cause heated debates with politicians and financial experts.