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Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

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Wal Mart, Costco for Mortgages?

Imagine running into Wal Mart tomorrow on your way home from work to pick up potatoes and milk and then coming out two hours later with a lower interest rate on your home? It’s already possible.

by Armin Daker / Read More

Another Massive Prison Sentence for Investment Schemer

The founder of Peregrine Financial Group learned his fate on Thursday when a U.S. judge sentenced him to 50 years in prison.

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CFPB Conducting New Research Into College Credit Card Use

As part of its responsibilities, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is now tackling college-endorsed banking products with the goal of ensuring college students are being treated fairly and “are getting a good deal.”

by Casey B. Miller / Read More

Treasury Pick Lew Faces Critics on Citigroup, U.S. Debt

This is no doubt going to be a brutal week for Obama pick Jack Lew, who is slated to step into the role Hillary Clinton left a week ago. Specifically, he’s going to face a series of tough questions on …

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Would You Use an Online Only Bank?

A new poll that outlines the best online banks was released this week. Many are unaware that online-only banks exist. Most consumers believe online banking is simply an extension of the traditional bank they use in their communities. There is …

by Donna McGill / Read More

What’s Going On Over at American Express?

There’s a new J.D. Powers and Associates survey and it appears American Express has claimed the coveted number one position in customer satisfaction. This, according to a survey that included 14,000 consumers, is based on a number of factors, including …

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Student Debt Crisis Grows

Last year, talk was that student loan debt could overshadow even credit card debt in this country and now, there’s proof that it could already be happening as new numbers show the average student loan debt is now more than …

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Visa, Others Launch Financial Inclusion 2020

In a press release on Monday, Visa, Inc, CitiGroup and the Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion, officially launched the Financial Inclusion 2020 Campaign.

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Equifax: Highest Credit Card Limits Since 2009

We knew it was just a matter of time before credit card companies began loosening their restrictions and now, it looks as though it’s coming full circle.

by Casey B. Miller / Read More

Overdue Changes for PayPal

Referring to it as “aggressive changes”, Paypal has committed to changing its policies on how it goes about handling suspected fraud after the consumer says it’s not fraudulent.

by David White / Read More

Middle Age Americans Carrying More Credit Card Debt

Today’s younger adults might be struggling to resist whipping out their new credit card for that new handbag or jet ski or maybe even a weekend getaway, but there’s a fact many may find surprising: in 2012, Americans age 50 …

by Donna McGill / Read More

A Credit Card User Snapshot

A new report was released recently and reveals a lot about the spending habits of American consumers. Initially, we thought that this past holiday season might be a record breaker for retailers; it started out with a bang, but by …

by Armin Daker / Read More

Is Bank of America Failing?

Things just keep getting worse for one of the nation’s biggest banks. This week alone, it’s been hit with two massive multi-million dollar fines, it’s being accused of meddling in citizens’ Second Amendment rights and it’s being accused of discrimination …

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Know What Verified Income Is?

If you’ve ever bought a home, odds are, you know exactly what a verified income is. Unfortunately, the former head of the one-time largest mortgage lender in the U.S. doesn’t have a clue.

by Casey B. Miller / Read More

Bank of America, Citigroup: Their Own Worst Enemy?

It’s been tough go for U.S. banks in recent years. Most banks, by nature, however, are aggressive and they hardly missed a beat.

by Armin Daker / Read More

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