American consumers are once again facing concerns over credit card security, especially when using their cards online after Citigroup Inc announced an attack on their security system.
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In the wake of the recent Sony PlayStation Network security breach, consumers have a renewed interest in single use credit card numbers.
InsurCard, a leading provider of prepaid cards used to pay insurance claims have expanded their range of products with the launch of the new InsurCard Virtual Card which is designed specifically for making electronic claim payments for medical, auto repair, …
A new study carried out by Charles Schwab has revealed that the recession has made a large impact on teenagers. High school students now have a much greater appreciation of how hard their parents are having to work to earn …
Despite expert predictions, it seems that many of the nightmarish high annual fees and additional fees which were to be the outcome of credit card reforms have not come to pass.
As American Express banned the purchase of medical marijuana using their credit cards, a long running debate regarding how much control credit card issuers should have over our spending has been reignited.
Discover has added an additional $50 cash back bonus to their Discover Open Road Credit Card. The bonus is awarded for filling up your vehicle at the gas station.
New research carried out by a group of Californian colleges has shown that just a handful of offshore banks process payments for the vast majority of websites featured in the most common spam e-mail messages.
A number of Bank of America customers may receive a new debit card in the mail, due to their personal information and account details being compromised.
Chase has launched the new Chase Sapphire Preferred credit card with a generous sign up bonus of 50,000 Ultimate Reward points worth $500 or, if used for travel, a ticket worth $625.
MasterCard and Brighter Planet today announced a new joint program to help make carbon emissions easier for businesses to analyze.
MasterCard is now offering travelers a huge incentive to use a MasterCard when purchasing airline tickets thanks to the launch of their new price assurance program.
The Federal Reserve attempted to close some of the loopholes in the Credit CARD act over the last few months, but one particular group of borrowers who are still vulnerable to aggressive tactics from card issuers are college students.
A recent report aired on a Fox affiliate channel covered a list of the six purchases that are very unwise to charge to your credit card.