Posts Tagged - 'debit cards'

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.

2012: The Year of Credit Changes, Scandals

December 12, 2012, by Jon Dell

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.

Colleges and Prepaid Card Companies: Strange Bedfellows?

August 17, 2012, by Antonio Bard

As if college wasn’t expensive enough, a new report reveals the colleges are teaming with companies responsible for high debit card fees.

The Glorious ATM and its History

June 28, 2012, by Jon Dell

The year was 1967 and as John Shepherd Barron pondered vending machines that delivered chocolate, he wondered why can’t something be developed to spew money.

What’s Going on in the Prepaid Debit Card Market?

May 29, 2012, by Jon Dell

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is asking for public comments on the prepaid debit card market. With millions of Americans turning to these financial products, there’s much for CFPB to do.

DOJ, FBI Report Credit Card Theft Up in Double Digits

February 28, 2012, by Evita Page

Some are saying these new technological advances in contemporary credit cards are falling woefully short. A new report from the Department of Justice seems to confirm.

If Your Credit Cards Could Talk

November 29, 2011, by CreditCardsLab

Every time you swipe your credit card you’re doing much more than initiating a transaction. Your credit and debit cards are telling all your secrets.

The NetSpend Visa Prepaid Debit Card

May 24, 2011, by Beth May

Looking for a prepaid Visa that sets itself apart from others? Consider the NetSpend Visa prepaid debit card.