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Look for big changes in the debt collection industry as new regulations are almost a certainty and consumers are beginning to fight back against the predatory nature.
Having problems finding free checking accounts? Fewer are being offered these days, but there are ways around it.
The Luv2Like promo, courtesy of Southwest Airlines and due to its millions of Facebook likes, failed miserably when the website was unable to handle the traffic or payment processes.
One of the most disturbing crimes in society are those committed against the elderly. Identity, cash and credit card theft are on the rise. Here’s what you can do to protect your loved ones.
Child identity theft represents a growing – and disturbing trend. Often, it’s not until a child grows up and applies for a new credit card or auto loan that he realizes he’s been victimized.
Bank of America took billions in TARP funds without ever having to show its balance sheets, then the $5 debit card fees ignited the Occupy Wall Street movement and now the Justice Department orders it pay millions in fines for …
Protecting your financial information online is important, but don’t assume thieves aren’t using those tried and true methods of yesterday.
The new agency, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, as promised, has announced its idea of how terms and conditions with our credit cards should look look. Read more about these long-awaited changes.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continues to aggressively search for solutions for the thousands of credit card complaints it’s received since its inception.
Wal Mart has quietly been reining in consumers with its lower fees on everything from prepaid debit cards to lower fees for cashing checks. Could a move into chartered banking territory be in the works?
Bank of America announced today that after giving it a bit more thought, its new $5 debit card fee has officially been abandoned. How much of a role did Occupy Wall Street and Bank Transfer Day play?
If you reside in the southeast and specifically in Mississippi, you may not have a bank. 16% of Mississippi residents don’t. The southeast has more unbanked residents than any other region in the nation. This may limit them to access …
Occupy Wall Street was first and it was just a matter of time before a push for abandoning the big banks in lieu of local credit unions would begin. Bank Transfer Day is slated for November 5.
CitiBank is the next in what’s sure to be a long line of banks announcing new fees. Customers are more than a little upset and many are taking their business back to their community credit unions.
The latest credit card technology is coming from an unlikely source. PayPal is rolling out a new mobile wallet with more options than any other digital wallet.
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