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A Netflix No-No, says SEC

A Netflix No-No, says SEC

In what’s become an interesting twist on free speech, the Securities and Exchange Commission is considering taking action against online streaming and DVD rental giant Netflix. The question is – why?



by Scott Townsend

Is the MasterCard Network A Good Value For Businesses?

Is the MasterCard Network A Good Value For Businesses?

A new service from MasterCard is intended to help unify the convenience and savings benefits of online credit card affiliate shopping networks, concierge services, and online management in one succinct package.



by Scott Townsend

Super Bowl Pizza Deals Come To Foursquare

Super Bowl Pizza Deals Come To Foursquare

If you love pizza and you are an American Express user, the new deal named Foursquare is just perfect for you.



by Joanne Lee

Credit Card Standards Relax For First Time Since 2008

Credit Card Standards Relax For First Time Since 2008

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 …



by Brian Weston

New Book Explains How To Handle Unexpected Windfalls

New Book Explains How To Handle Unexpected Windfalls

A recently released financial help book shows that many American consumers would be completely at a loss over what they should pay off in the event of an unexpected cash windfall.



by Joanne Lee

Mother’s Have The Most Influence Over Finance

Mother’s Have The Most Influence Over Finance

A scientific poll carried out in a nod to Mother’s Day has found that when it comes to managing finances, Americans believe that Mother knows best, but a new federal rule will stop stay at home moms from qualifying for …



by Carolyn Spiel

AARP Chase Senior Visa Card Launched

AARP Chase Senior Visa Card Launched

In a move aimed at helping those over the age of 50, AARP has teamed up with Chase to launch a co-branded AARP Visa Card.



by Carolyn Spiel

Card Friendly iPhone App for Girl Scout Cookies

Card Friendly iPhone App for Girl Scout Cookies

It seems as though everyone has a favorite flavor when it comes to Girl Scout cookies, whether its Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, or Thank You Berry Much. However, most of us have been caught short of cash in our …



by CreditCardsCo

FED Propose Easier Access To Credit Scores

FED Propose Easier Access To Credit Scores

U.S. Federal regulators submitted a proposal on March 1st which would give American consumers better access to free credit reports. The idea behind the proposal is to allow consumers more accurate information about their own credit so that they know …



by Roberta Sanchez

Weekly National Average APR Rates Unchanged

Weekly National Average APR Rates Unchanged

Credit card interest rates remained unchanged this past week and stayed in line with near record highs according to a Weekly Rates Report by Credit Card Issuers. In the last eleven weeks, the national APR average for the major credit …



by Brent Thomas

Loan-Term Change for Wells Fargo Students

Loan-Term Change for Wells Fargo Students

It is every parent’s worse nightmare to have when their child goes through a debilitating accident, or even worse, death. It is unbelievably heart-breaking for any family to have to go through. And Wells Fargo & Co has taken this …



by Scott Townsend

Rapid Growth Destined for Rapid Slowdown

Rapid Growth Destined for Rapid Slowdown

Two years ago the big news in the banking industry was the government bailout of big banks in even bigger trouble. Two years on and it seems like those same banks have their backs to the wall yet again.



by Scott Townsend




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