November 8, 2011, by Jon Dell
Did you know MasterCard used to be MasterCharge? Or maybe you didn’t know the Discover network has only been around since the mid-1980s? Here are a few little known tidbits of information you might not have been aware of.
June 30, 2011, by Evita Page
How committed is your credit card company? A new report released this week might serve as an eye-opener for Identity Theft Protection services.
April 5, 2011, by Beth May
There are many financial tools for parents to use as they prepare and educate their teens on responsible credit card usage. Here we discuss a few of those tools.
February 20, 2011, by Jon Dell
The Capital One Venture Card gives business owners a reliable credit card with the ability to earn travel rewards, shopping rewards, and other travel benefits, faster than a lot of other credit cards. Account management and customer service add value to the card.
August 25, 2010, by Jon Dell
Over the course in any given fiscal year, there are hundreds of thousands of complaints involving credit cards that are filed. Whether you are dealing with a national bank or a small independent store, there are a host of issues that you could face. Of course, the process of resolving these issues could be a headache in and of itself.
July 28, 2010, by Antonio Bard
This month, my friend Sheena had to close out her credit card account. While monitoring her monthly statement, she realized someone else had been making charges using her card. Being it was the only credit card she had at the time, and not having a check book, Sheena was left with no payment option except for cash.
April 27, 2010, by Beth May
With the changes that credit card companies faced from the onset of new rules recently, people who use credit cards to make purchases must adjust the way they work to improve their credit score as well.