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Ever purchased a recurring service or product from Amazon? You will want to read about this little-known rule.
Frustrated members report they have not received the new cards or they are not working, and that customer service wait times are hours long. What to do if you’re among them.
Family members, caregivers, scam artists, financial advisers and others preying on seniors steal billions from them each year. The government says financial institutions should be ready to step in.
You’ll be “dipping” instead of “swiping,” among other details, but the changeover is expected to make your cards far less vulnerable to fraud.
A new venture promises to consolidate all your credit, debit and rewards cards down to a single piece of plastic. Here are the pros and cons.
Here’s the skinny on how to get any kind of negative items removed from your credit report.
Be sure to include credit unions in your search for new plastic. Here’s why.
While companies are handing out credit monitoring like it’s candy at a parade, consumers often don’t understand what they’re getting.
These three misconceptions often accompany those unsolicited credit card offers you receive in the mail.
Three credit-reporting agencies will play by revised rules that treat medical debt differently and make it easier for consumers to repair their credit.
When you get advice from a lender about your credit, you might assume they know what they are talking about. But it’s always good to check the facts.
AnnualCreditReport.com is the one and only official site for obtaining free credit reports. Here’s how to use it.
FICO announced a new credit scoring formula that lessens the negative impact of paid and medical collections accounts.