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A new partnership between BOKU Inc and MasterCard will allow customers to get personalized offers from MasterCard affiliated vendors directly on their mobile phones through their BOKU accounts.
In a recent effort to attract the consumers with a “Do-It-Yourself” mindset that are social-media savvy, Barclaycard unveiled their most recent credit card, the Barclaycard Ring MasterCard.
In an effort to attract borrowers with high and low credit scores in recent months lenders have begun an aggressive marketing of cards that fit the financial needs of anyone.
In the never-ending search to attract more consumers to their credit card, American Express has taken to incorporating Twitter into the various ways you can earn special deals and discounts.
The Mobile Money Partnership Program has just been launched by MasterCard in order to provide help to in excess of 2.5 billion financially poor, or under banked, consumers all across the globe to access financial services on their mobile phones.
Credit cards have the capability to change the moods of the people who use them. From the overwhelming joy that buying something important brings, to the despair and the bad feelings that not being able to pay brings with it. …
Recent reports have indicated that the introduction of the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009 rather than saving money, may actually has cost consumers millions of dollars.
There are some things that having multiple choices can be fun, but credit cards are not one of them. The number of different credit cards on the market can make choosing the right one seems like a chore.
With spring just around the corner, it may be a good time to start thinking about sorting out your finances.
Major credit card issuers J. P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM), and Barclays PLC have signed up to allow their customers to use contactless payment technology that utilizes mobile phones to make purchases.
Thanks to their policy of continuing to help support small businesses, American Express has recently announced that it would be providing $100 worth of free advertising on Twitter, to small businesses and merchants with American Express credit cards.
You may recollect the recent negative reaction over Bank of America’s $5 fee on debit card use? Well Wal-Mart charges $3 to use their debit card but have not come in for nearly as much negative press than their banking …