Posts Tagged - 'credit card companies'

Credit Cards that Draw Young Consumers with Bling

October 25, 2011, by Antonio Bard

Of course, as adults, most of us give little thought to how our credit cards actually look. Whether there are shades of purple and red or images of our favorite rock stars is of little significance, especially when it’s time to write that monthly check.

5 Reasons to Change Your Credit Card Company

September 27, 2011, by Beth May

Today’s credit card offers might be a big incentive for you to make your own changes. Cash back bonuses or balance transfer options are often why consumers apply for a new credit card.

CFPB: New Consumer Ally

August 18, 2011, by Jon Dell

The CFPB has burst onto the financial scene with a focus on protecting consumers from overwhelming new credit card laws from 2009 Credit Card Act and Dodd-Frank Act, as well as unfair lending practices.

Chase Rewards Programs: Auctions and Online Malls

August 2, 2011, by Evita Page

Chase has a suite of points programs, including an online auction that allows you to land gift cards at big savings and an online mall that offers brands you trust.

Winds of Change in the Financial Sector

June 28, 2011, by Antonio Bard

New credit card laws kick in July first. Are you ready?

Carry the American Express Blue Cash Card?

May 5, 2011, by Jon Dell

American Express has rolled out two new cards to replace its Blue Cash Card. Both are impressive and worth your consideration.

Why Discover’s Good News is Your Good News

March 22, 2011, by Evita Page

Discover is reporting increased profits and this might be good news for consumers and Discover credit card holders, too.

Death and Credit Card Debt

March 11, 2011, by Antonio Bard

What happens to credit card debt upon death? Does the surviving spouse pay it? Here, we take a look at the dynamics behind death and debt.