Credit Cards News. Tag: 'debit card'
For some time now, we’ve followed Loyal3, the company that is partnering with some of the biggest names in the business sector in order to bring the opportunity for millions of consumers to own stock in those companies. And it’s …
This week, a U.S. appeals court opted not to hear an appeal of the still-preliminary approval of a $7.2 billion settlement between Visa Inc, Mastercard Inc. and hundreds of merchants over credit card fees.
It’s the holiday season, so naturally, fraudsters are making their moves to separate you from your cash and credit cards.
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 …
Prepaid debit cards continue to grow in popularity and even though they were developed, initially, for those considered unbanked or underbanked, today’s prepaid cards have evolved into impressive financial tools that are being used across the sector.
If you’re a Bank of America customer and tried to log into the bank’s site on Tuesday, there’s a chance your patience was tested. The banking giant’s website experienced sporadic outages due to a cyber attack – and worse – …
Kroger, the largest grocery chain in the United States may bring new definition to the question “Paper or Plastic?” with a new discount concept for customers who pay with cash instead of a debit or credit card.
Wal-Mart has recently joined in the protest against the proposed Visa and MasterCard credit card fee settlement.
As the summer draws to a close, high school graduates (and their sobbing parents) begin to prepare for college.
The settlement of a recent antitrust case will find MasterCard, Visa and many other major banks responsible for over $7 billion in an antitrust case settlement charged on the behalf of more than 7 million retailers.
In light of their recent class-action settlement, Chase has adopted a new policy that protects customers from overdraft charges on debit transactions of $5 or less for at least the next two years.
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.