Posts Tagged - 'debit card'

Cyber Attacks Continue on Financial Sector

April 15, 2013, by Jon Dell

Wells Fargo and American Express both experienced denial of service attacks last week. Will this week be better?

A Mission Statement for Your Finances? Absolutely!

April 10, 2013, by Beth May

A mission statement for your personal finances? Of course – and include the kids. It’s never too early to begin educating them.

Co-Branded and Prepaid Credit Card Offers

February 20, 2013, by Evita Page

There’s a reason co-branded credit cards and prepaid debit card products are outpacing traditional financial tools – they’re better values for many consumers.

Wells Fargo Off the Hook for $203 Million

December 27, 2012, by Antonio Bard

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.

What Exactly are Interchange Fees?

November 28, 2012, by Evita Page

What do you know about the largest private anti trust lawsuit in American history? Here’s all you need to know about intercharge fees.

“Not Enough” Say Some in Credit Card Settlements

October 10, 2012, by Antonio Bard

A lawsuit that’s been ongoing for years is near the end of the line, but some say Visa and MasterCard aren’t being held accountable and more should be done.

Chase Prepaid Liquid Card

July 11, 2012, by Beth May

The prepaid product introduced by JPMorgan Chase, cleverly called Liquid, is drawing a lot of attention – and it’s the right kind of attention.

Hurricane Season and Preparing Finances

June 7, 2012, by Evita Page

Hurricane season is well underway. For those who live along the U.S. coastlines, they live six months out of the year with an eye to the tropics. Now’s the time to ensure your have a financial plan is in order, including access to credit and debit cards.