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  • 24 Nov

    People with Best Buy store credit cards in their wallets are no longer customers of Capital One Financial. Citi finalized the acquisition of the Best Buy credit card portfolio in September.

    The deal was first announced in February 2013, when Capital One said they...

  • 7 Nov

    Consumers are being more disciplined in their use of credit, which means delinquencies are down even as balances increase, according to a recent Equifax report. The National Consumer Credit Trends looked at data for auto loans, retail and bank credit cards, mortgages...

  • 8 Oct

    Mobile wallet provider Isis is getting ready for its big launch later this year, and they’ve got Chase and American Express on board.

    People who have a Chase Freedom, Sapphire, Slate or JPMorgan Palladium card in their actual wallet will be able to load that card...

  • 29 Sep

    Cards with 0% APR balance transfer options are coming out for longer and longer periods of time.

    Before the recession, interest-free balance transfer offers were so common that customers took for granted that there would always be one in the mailbox. If a person had...

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  • 27 Aug

    A national credit counseling firm is sending a message to consumers: Don't get too comfortable. With debt, that is.

    The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), a non-profit firm that specializes in helping consumers manage debt, says that too many people...

  • 5 Aug

    Convenience store owners continue to fight back against fees that they claim are killing their industry and draining profits. But after years in court, it seems swipe fees are here to stay.

    Every time a consumer pays for a product or service using a credit card, a...

  • 20 Jul

    A recent study show that more and more young adults are choosing not to use credit cards, relying instead on debit cards, prepaid cards and cash.

    Since the recession of 2008, the number of people age 18 to 29 who do not have even one credit card in their name has...

  • 26 Jun

    When the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act (Credit CARD Act) took effect in February 2010, it had an unintended impact on families in which one spouse stays home to take care of children while the other works outside the home. Household...

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