These sneaky charges amount to more than $14 billion on consumers’ credit cards in a year. Are they popping up on your bills?
Credit & Debt
Yet again, auto complaints head the Consumer Federation of America’s list of top consumer grievances.
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Crime rings like to use credit cards stolen from around the world in the U.S., but, oddly enough, our stolen cards aren’t worth as much to them as foreign ones.
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Prepaid cards are known for coming with a lot of fees — but some aren’t so bad, Consumer Reports says.