December 2012 Posts Archive

Wells Fargo Off the Hook for $203 Million


Wells Fargo has taken a beating in federal courtrooms this year and now, a judge has sent one of its cases revolving around overdraft fees and policies back to a lower bank.

Mom and Dad Go Broke for Ungrateful Kids?


Oh the little darlings and their parents willing to take on credit card debt to ensure they receive their heart’s desires over the holidays. What happens when they take to Twitter to express their ungrateful sides?

Review: USAA Rewards Active Military MasterCard


A card designed just for our military offers everything required in the unique lives of our nation’s Armed Forces

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals Part 4


2012 will go down in history as a very eventful 12 months for the financial and credit sectors. Here are big stories from fourth quarter.

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals Part 3


We’re looking back on 2012, this time, the summer and early fall months are in our crosshairs. From massive foreclosures to Moodys threatening to downgrade the U.S. credit.

PayPower Prepaid Debit Card Review


Ready for the latest in the prepaid card market? Just when we think this particular aspect of credit cards has gone as far as it can, something new is delivered for consumers that completely changes the game and this PayPower card is the perfect example of a game changer.

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals Part 2


From a financial perspective, 2012 was one of those “non-stop, assume nothing” kind of years.

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals


2012 was a big year for credit cards, financial scandals and big changes with our money. We take a look back at the first three months.