Credit Cards News. Tag: 'debt'
In fact, celebrities file bankruptcies as often as the secretary, construction worker or television reporter.
By the end of the year, American consumers are expected to have charged upwards of $44 million to their credit cards. Despite the slower economy, it seems Americans are still willing to spend, so long as they can pay for …
It seems we’re seeing more stories about unethical and illegal practices of debt collectors these days. The aggressive nature of many of these people has led them to buck the laws, specifically, the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Consumer rights have …
On Thursday, economists were expecting 150,000 new jobs to be added to the employment rolls. Admitting it wouldn’t really affect the unemployment rate, those economists were hopeful that at least the number wouldn’t be any lower.
Although cases of bad debt are in decline, the number of lawsuits filed over unfair, aggressive, or otherwise questionable collection practices are on the rise.
A recent statistic shows that subprime credit status is not stopping lenders from pursuing new accounts with potential clients.
Approximately 20 percent of card holders in America have experienced limit reductions since recent credit card reformation.
It looks like saving money on a competitively structured balance transfer credit card is easy but there is much more to it than simply putting your money in another account.
Financial troubles of all types are a big cause of nervousness and worry for countless Americans.
If your funds are struggling or your credit rating is failing, then the blame could lie at the feet of Facebook and Twitter.
According to the latest information released by Equifax in partnership with Moody’s Analytics, sub-prime lending has increases across all industry sectors for the spring season.
A recent study suggests that credit card lenders are increasingly using pre-approved mailings to try and gain new business, but there are risks that come with responding to such unsolicited offers.