Credit Cards News. Tag: 'protection'
You can imagine the brouhaha many bank CEOs are cursing at this very moment. They have more than 300 new servicing standards as part of that massive $25 billion mortgage settlement and they’re in the spotlight.
Seems every day in the news is a new story of identity theft. And more often these days, we’re hearing of massive rings that compromise networks and steal millions of consumers’ information, either in part or a complete theft including …
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.
Although credit liability seems to be improving in the United States it seems that many Americans still face troubling times in regards to their credit cards.
This past week, the First Circuit court of Hawaii saw a lawsuit filed which charges seven separate companies and their subsidiaries with signing customers up for protection programs without asking.
We have all heard about how social networks such as Facebook are having a negative impact on employee productivity and the media has been awash with accounts of how companies are attempting to deal with the growing problem.
For many consumers, the recent security breach reported on at Global Payments has been something of a wake up call. It is so easy for us all to get complacent about the safety of our financial information.
The decision by President Barrack Obama to appoint someone to lead the brand new Consumer Protection Agency has been seen as controversial one.
According to the weekly Credit Card Rate Report the interest rates on opening offers for new credit cards fell during the past week, partly due to a severe drop in the APR of the most expensive card in the survey.
In Washington a political tussle has allowed lenders to keep on offering finance that consumer groups are worried that may seem rapacious.
Prepaid credit cards are becoming ever more popular with the Mercator Advisory Group predicting that the amount loaded onto prepaid cards will increase to around $233.8 billion in 2012.
As the holiday season draws to a close, there are lots of sales being offered by merchants.