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BB&T have announced the launch of a brand new prepaid transaction account which features a Visa branded debit card. The BB&T Money Account is intended for individuals who do not have, or do not qualify for, a traditional checking account.
Washington’s leading, and indeed with over 665,000 members, largest, community credit union has this past week teamed up with the University of Washington to launch a new UW Gold Debit MasterCard.
The proposed cap on debit card interchange fees, which is scheduled to come into effect in July this year, may be delayed or revised after concerns over the impact it will have on the banking industry were raised at congressional …
First Premier Bank pulled their fee heavy MasterCard from its range of available credit card accounts last week. The MasterCard was offered subject to a staggering 59.9% interest rate and typically charged in excess of $100 in fees each year.
In the digital age in which we are living, it often seems like there is a mobile application, or “app,” for just about anything you can imagine.
Capital One has announced the launch of the new Journey Student Rewards credit card which is specifically designed to allow students the opportunity to build their credit rating.
Bank of America has reported that credit card customers have displayed their best payment habits in the last few years during January 2011.
According to the latest data released by the Federal Reserve earlier this month, the number of credit cards currently in circulation among American consumers has risen for the first time since 2008.
Citibank has launched a new Citi Platinum MasterCard which offers cardholders a 0% balance transfer for up to 21 months. This means that the card offers the second longest balance transfer available.
J.P. Morgan Chase officials announced this month that they saved American taxpayers $1.4 million in administration costs during the year 2010.
It seems to make perfect sense that if you have a great credit rating, then you should be rewarded with low interest rates on your credit card. One Arkansas bank has decided to do just that with the relaunch of …
This week saw the California Supreme Court rule in favor of greater privacy for credit card holders. The unanimous decision will affect many consumers when they make credit card purchases in the future.