CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' Banking'
American Express OPEN, the small business division of American Express, just announced OPEN for Women: CEO BootCamp.
Just like Mom tried to teach a lesson in money management, we now are learning that the big banks are charging their customers more banking fees for the privilege of the brand.
Pew Charitable Trust, known for its brutally factual reports, has just released its latest effort on the worst banks for transparency and what it discovers might be troubling to some.
It’s difficult to put your faith – or keep your faith – in your bank when it seems like every other day presents another scandal. And let’s face it – 2013 is definitely shaping up to be the year of the scandals.
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?
Eight years and millions spent over credit card swipe fees – and it amounts to very little change for American credit card users.
It took several years, but First Premier is free to charge its consumers high pre account fees before sending out that credit card.
Before the weekend is over, you might discover a financial windfall. Check your state treasurer’s website. Many use their funds for paying off credit cards, savings or weekend getaways.
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.
It seems like one step forward and two steps back for Bank of America as it tries to avoid negative public relations.
Fifth Third is setting the example for helping its unemployed bank customers with mortgages. Here’s how it’s accomplishing that.
Those tweets you see from your credit card company could be changing if new federal regulations go into play.