Users of the Approved Card are being urged to spend their remaining money on the plastic before July 1.
Credit & Debt
The settlement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is over discrimination against Hispanic customers and practices used to sell credit card add-ons.
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Wage garnishment in 2013 was up 45 percent from a decade ago for student loan borrowers who have defaulted on their loans.
Databases intended to weed out fraudsters have been used to restrict consumers’ access to the banking system, but that may change.
A reader wants to know whether it’s possible to get out from under student loans by having them forgiven. Here’s the must-know if you have student loans.
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