Credit Cards News. Tag: 'consumers'
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.
Recent investigations into Airline rewards cards have turned up some information which shows that consumers who have been saving reward miles in order to redeem them for an airline ticket to use on a dream vacation may discover that the …
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.
Discover Card customers are making payments on time according to the company’s latest regulatory filing which shows that Discover’s late payments are at their lowest since 2006.
Nationwide craft supplies store Michael’s issued a press release earlier this month alerting customers to the fact that credit card machines in the chain’s Illinois locations had been tampered with, exposing card details to thieves.
Credit card processing giants MasterCard this week released their quarterly report for the first 3 months of 2011. The report shows a 24% increase in the company’s credit card profits over the same quarter last year.
Consumers can now save money with automatic coupons issued when using their Visa card for purchases they would already be making anyway, as Visa opens their global processing network to marketers in the United States.
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 …
A new survey by the Federal Reserve shows that banks have been more willing to approve credit card applications during the first quarter of this year, but it seems unclear if it is actually a consumer demand for them.
A new survey published by Capital One shows that 57% of reward card holders have not redeemed their rewards points in the past three months and only 22% of those surveyed were happy with the rewards program offered by their …
Despite Federal Reserve rules imposed last summer to protect debit card users from unexpected charges for overdrafts, two new consumer studies show that customers are still confused by debit card overdraft policies applied to checking accounts.
JP Morgan Chase have announced plans to beat rivals Wells Fargo in the race to bring credit cards embedded with microchips to their most affluent consumers.