November 19, 2010, by Antonio Bard
Customers will and are feeling the tightening of bank lending, and credit availability. The US Government will need to make cuts in order to increase customer spending, as printing money cannot solve debt crises. Customer spending needs to increase to stimulate private sector retail again.
September 22, 2010, by Beth May
During a recession, most consumers are more interested in bargains, and shopping cards are one way savvy shoppers can earn discounts and be rewarded for their loyalty. Shopping cards are simply a way of banks and merchandisers to form productive partnerships.
August 13, 2010, by CreditCardsLab
In the face of what is turning out to be the biggest global recession in history, people are scrambling to find a way out. Mortgages are upside down, bankruptcies are at an all-time high, and credit card use is up. Perhaps credit card numbers have increased as people look to them for extra support.
June 18, 2010, by Jon Dell
The Chase Slate Vertical Credit Card with Blueprint is an entirely unique credit card. With premium features that allows you to keep track of your spending trends and determine how much interest you pay make this card one to have. To get a hold on exactly what this card is offering potential customers, you can find more information online or speak to a Chase representative. You can keep track of your spending online easily and view your account balance. With these unique features it will allow you to avoid paying interest if you pay your balance in full each month and even choose to split larger balances. Eligibility requires that you be in good standing financially at the time that you apply.