CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' Miscellaneous'
Impulse purchases, inability to save money and making just the minimum payments are all credit traps we can easily fall into. Here are a few reasons why you need to check your self-discipline.
Politics are often synonymous with “scandal”. For New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, it’s more about doing the right thing – even when the costs are high.
Google has yet one more image problem on its hands; this time, the problem is with Google Wallet and prepaid credit cards and prepaid debit cards. Here’s what happened.
Discover, Chase and all the other credit card companies are offering up sugary-sweet savings for Valentine’s Day. And the best part? If you’re unattached, you can overindulge in all that wonderful chocolate yourself and don’t forget to send yourself a nice bouquet of roses!
Giving to charitable organizations is a selfless act that does your heart good. Before you give out that credit card number, check out a few tips so that you’re doing good not only for those in need, but for your credit rating, too.
The Consumer Protection Agency, which was founded as part of the Dodd-Frank Act, is considering a public credit card complaint database. Good idea or maybe not?
There’s little difference between the two biggest credit card issuers, Visa and MasterCard; but the banks that issue them are the ones that set one offer apart from another. Learn more about those differences and the many similarities.
Do you know there are numerous laws in place to protect consumers. A few include 2009 Credit CARD Act and The Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Learn more about these protections.
Bank of America’s brutal week continues with damage control that’s falling woefully short. If you’re a BoA customer, will you maintain your loyalty or opt for a more consumer-friendly bank?
This week marked the sad passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. There wasn’t a single aspect of our modern society that he didn’t influence in some powerful way. We say goodbye to a man who is surely having that afternoon conversation with Socrates by now.