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2012 has been a tough year for our young adults. With growing concerns about the lack of jobs after graduation, the repercussions of the new financial laws and the new revelations found in a recent poll, there are a lot …
The summer vacation season is upon us and with it comes not only the pleasures of world travel but also the risk of credit card theft and fraud.
Approximately 20 percent of card holders in America have experienced limit reductions since recent credit card reformation.
Everyone knows how important it is to save money but many people find they have troubles with dipping into what they have saved.
We have all heard about how social networks such as Facebook are having a negative impact on employee productivity and the media has been awash with accounts of how companies are attempting to deal with the growing problem.
The last many weeks has seen a flood of questions from the taxpayers who have become very upset after receiving 1099-C or 1099-A forms for debt which were in actual forgiven or never paid or were extinguished in bankruptcy.
A new prepaid Visa card has been launched offering 100% approval with no credit check and no activation fees. The Upside Visa Debt Free Prepaid Card aims to give consumers all the power of having a regular bank account.
Following successful trials of MasterCard’s PayPass enabled wristbands at a UK music festival earlier this year, U.S. Bank are set to introduce the VITAband, a wristband containing not only a MasterCard PayPass chip, but also the wearer’s emergency contacts and …
For the first time in the past 4 years, credit card standards have eased for some of the nation’s top 16 lenders.
An annual study from the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency revealed that 25 percent of …
The Federal Reserve has listened to the pleas of bankers and increased the debit card interchange fees cap. However, the fees will still be half of the current average which still spells a loss in revenue.
Credit Card company Visa Inc. have issued consumers with tips on how to protect themselves against credit, and debit, card fraud during their vacations. The tips are issued via Visa’s Visa Security Sense Website.
Banks have been slow to embrace the cutting edge credit card technology, EMV (Europay, MasterCard and Visa), which is also known as contactless payment.
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