CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' Credit Card News'
While Sony reels from its massive security breach, credit card companies are weighing their options and responsibilities to their customers.
Experian suffered a major computer glitch last week that continues to affect many HSBC card holders.
The war has now just moved into your wallet, courtesy of educated and sophisticated young computer minds. The new threat to the U.S. doesn’t fit the traditional stereotype; today’s threat knows massive computer code and has the ability to hack intricate American banking systems.
Using your debit card may no longer be the convenient way to buy groceries, fuel or anything else if banks have their way and begin capping charges at $50 or $100.
One look at the statistics paints an interesting picture of how Americans use credit and how overwhelming credit card debt can quickly become.
Shell Oil’s network glitch in late January resulted in 400,000 customers being double charged. Now, consumers are scrambling to cover their bases.
The Citi Platinum Select MasterCard is a good one that anyone can apply for. It has a good features and privileges that can be taken advantage of with genuinely good customers, if they have a good knowledge about making themselves eligible.
More new credit card rules from the Federal Reserve mean more new card protections for you. Here are some key changes you should expect from your credit card company beginning on August 22, 2010.
To comply with Federal Regulations, American Express OPEN Business has updated the marketing copy, and pricing & terms for 4 OPEN Business credit cards. See post for details.
Citi Bank has announced a pricing update for the Diamond Preferred Credit Card. This change is taking effect on Wednesday, June 9th.
JPMorgan & Chase Co., is introducing new vertical design of Slate from Chase card. The new Chase credit card will be officialy introduced on June 1st under the name of Chase Slate℠ Vertical card. This credit card is powered with Blueprint℠…
The FED, the Office of Thrift Supervision, and the National Credit Union Administration voted in May 2009 to adopt new changes to credit card policies. These regulations are aimed to work in favor of consumers, protecting them from previously unfair and perhaps unethical practices from credit card companies.