Credit Cards News. Tag: 'citibank'
In what’s being called the biggest cybercrime of the past decade, federal prosecutors indicted five men this week for hacking into the accounts of more than 160 million credit cards.
Now, the size of these denial of service cyber attacks have delivered a massive punch in traffic. One report says it’s “skyrocketed” while another uses the term “exploded”.
JPMorgan, Citibank, Bank of America – they’re all facing tough decisions and are having to find a way to come full circle with the devastation Hurricane Sandy left in her wake. It could prove even more difficult than having to …
The Citi Private Pass is an exclusive benefit available to Citi credit card customers, giving them access to specialty events wrought with celebrity appearances. These events include exclusive cooking classes, preferred seating, and presale tickets.
Both JP Morgan Chase and CitiBank made announcements regarding their credit card rewards and their financial management tools this week, making their credit card accounts even more attractive to consumers.
The decision by President Barrack Obama to appoint someone to lead the brand new Consumer Protection Agency has been seen as controversial one.
As the holiday season draws to a close, there are lots of sales being offered by merchants.
In the wake of the negative reaction to the introduction of a $5 fee for using debit cards by Bank of America, other banks are pledging not to implement fees of their own, with some banks abandoning plans that were …
Citigroup announced this past week that they will retain their once beleaguered retail credit card division.
Citi announced early this week that they had agreed a multi-year renewal of their credit card agreement with the country’s fourth largest retailer, Sears Holdings Corporation.
While their competitors increase bank fees and debit cards charges to meet spiraling costs and regain lost revenue, Citibank is swimming upstream and offering increased earning and redemption opportunities to holders of the Citi ThankYou Preferred Card.
JP Morgan Chase has announced that they would offer some assistance to their customers in New York and Connecticut who were recovering from Hurricane Irene by waiving certain fees between August 29 and September 4.