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New Prepaid Cards Data
Seems as though there are new offers for prepaid cards being unveiled on a daily basis. Make no mistake, these financial products are here to stay and fortunately, the costs associated with using these financial products are dropping, too.
Credit Card Debt Drops in Early 2013
TransUnion reported today that the average credit card debt fell to $4,878 in the first quarter of 2013. This is great news and ideally will reveal a more confident consumer heading into the summer months.
Is Card Nanny Worth the Expense?
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.
What’s New in Credit Card Offers
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.
Bank of America: Winning or Losing?
It seems like one step forward and two steps back for Bank of America as it tries to avoid negative public relations.
How Does Google Wallet Virtual Card Fare?
Google Wallet doesn’t have quite the following it’d hoped for, despite allowing Visa, Discover and Amex. Does it stand a chance?
New Year, New Credit Card Fees
All of the bickering between major credit card companies and merchants could soon land in your lap every time you use your debit card or credit card.
What is Chase Blueprint?
Many consumers say Chase Blueprint is the best thing since, well, credit cards. Here’s why.
Vulnerability in Google Wallet Leaves Funds Wide Open
Google Wallet still has a few problems and some say it jeopardizes efforts in the U.S. to move payment options to our smartphones.
Chase: Credit Card Wins, Mortgage Modification Suits Lose
Even as Chase is still battling with its policies and public image, its credit card sector is thriving with some of the best credit card offers on the market.
New Credit Card Surcharge Fees
For years, lawsuits have worked their way through the American judicial system. Those fees merchants want to tack on to consumers using their credit cards are likely to appear on a receipt near you.
JPMorgan Chase Changes Overdraft Policy
Is the latest move by JPMorgan Chase an act of goodwill toward its customers or is a court ruling behind the announcement that it will no longer assess overdraft fees for debit card transactions less than $5?