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12-year-old boy steals mom's credit card, takes trip to Bali

Date: Tue, 24. April 2018 04:49:43
A 12-year-old Australian boy stole his mother's credit card and took a week-long vacation to Bali on his own last month.

Man Ransacks Store After His Credit Card Was Declined For 75 Cent Bag of M&Ms: Cops

Date: Thu, 6. April 2017 08:46:00
Santa Ana, Calif., cops want help hunting the man down after he allegedly caused $700 worth of damage.

FTC busts up $275 million credit card scam, sues the folks behind it

Date: Sat, 2. August 2014 00:12:00

8 Ways to Earn Miles Without an Airline Credit Card

Date: Wed, 26. December 2018 19:44:14
Airline credit cards are a great way to earn miles with your favorite frequent flyer program. You can get miles if you provide your frequent flyer number when you book your trip and pay out of pocket. Each airline has a different rate for which you'll earn miles, and how much you earn can depend on your status with the airline, the type of fare, the ticketing airline and the operating airline.

Weak US card security made Target a juicy target

Date: Mon, 23. December 2013 09:11:53
The U.S. is the juiciest target for hackers hunting credit card information.

Costly shift to new credit cards won't fix security issues

Date: Tue, 3. March 2015 02:23:15
By Nandita Bose CHICAGO (Reuters) - New technology about to be deployed by credit card companies will require U.S. consumers to carry a new kind of card and retailers across the nation to upgrade payment terminals. Credit card companies have set an October deadline for the switch to chip-enabled cards, which come with embedded computer chips that make them far more difficult to clone. Counterfeit cards, however, account for only about 37 percent of credit card fraud, and the new technology will be nearly as vulnerable to other kinds of hacking and cyber attacks as current swipe-card systems, security experts say. Moreover, U.S. banks and card companies will not issue personal identification numbers (PINs) with the new credit cards, an additional security measure that would render stolen or lost cards virtually useless when making in-person purchases at a retail outlet.

Free Credit Score for Everyone

Date: Sat, 8. February 2014 03:06:01
Isn't it good that when you wake up from hibernation, everything in the world is better? A good portion of personal finance planning is about credit management, and that usually involves you keep track of your credit report and credit score, so as to maintain a good credit record that might help you when you apply for the next mortgage, car loan or credit card. Three years ago, the new FTC legislature requires each of the "big three" credit agencies to provide a free credit report to everyone once every year. If you haven't tried that yet, go to and order yours. If you space out your retrieval carefully, you can get one free report every four months. But that will only give you the credit report for free. Credit score is still something you normally have to pay for. Now, it seems that the advertising-supported business model is hitting this corner of the world too ... introducing, where you can get unlimited flow of your latest credit score on demand for free. READ FULL POST ... Read more posts like this from, The Unique Personal Finance Blog Since 2003.

RPT-Goldman faces probe after entrepreneur slams Apple Card algorithm in tweets

Date: Sun, 10. November 2019 00:29:52
A probe into Goldman Sachs Group Inc's credit card practices has been initiated after tweets from a tech entrepreneur alleged gender discrimination in the new Apple Inc card algorithms that are used to determine credit limits. In a series of Twitter posts starting on Thursday, David Heinemeier Hansson railed against the Apple Card for giving him 20 times the credit limit that his wife got, Bloomberg reported on Saturday.

Square takes preorders on more-secure credit card reader

Date: Wed, 12. November 2014 19:44:46
Mom-and-pop shops can accept next-gen credit cards early next year -- and avoid the cost of credit card fraud.>

U.S. law saves billions on credit card fees, but risks remain: CFPB

Date: Thu, 3. December 2015 00:22:18
Credit card holders have avoided more than $16 billion in fees over the last few years because of tighter regulation of the U.S. card market, but they are still vulnerable to aggressive collections and high costs, according to a federal consumer watchdog. The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act, enacted in 2009 during the financial crisis, helped consumers avoid $7 billion in late fees from 2011 through 2014, according to a report released on Thursday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The report also found consumers saved more than $9 billion in over-the-limit fees in that period, mostly because the law requires companies to notify consumers they will be charged for exceeding credit limits.

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