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Jennifer Brown

Jennifer Brown has been writing for since February 2007
Total Number of Posts: 456
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Launch of Chase Liquid May Mean Goodbye to Checking Accounts

Posted: July 16, 2012

Chase has finally launched its new prepaid card, Chase Liquid, across the entire country - making the reloadable card available to all of its customers coast-to-coast and making us wonder how much longer anyone will carry a checkbook. Continue reading

High Credit Card Fees? Merchants Want to Pass Them on - to YOU!

Posted: July 12, 2012

A lawsuit against Visa and MasterCard may result in a settlement that allows merchants to pass so-called credit card "swipe fees" on to customers. Does this spell trouble for credit card holders, or could it be good for them in the long run? Continue reading

Economic Recovery Elusive Even as Credit Card Use Rises

Posted: July 11, 2012

Credit card use saw a big surge in May, with more purchases charged to credit cards than any month since the recession began in November 2007. Still, unemployment remains high, credit card use is below pre-recession rates, and economists think the May numbers ... Continue reading

Avoid Consumer Rage with Credit Card Purchase Protection

Posted: July 06, 2012

The English gentleman who tore apart a T-Mobile store in Manchester is only the latest raging customer to land on YouTube, but if more people would take advantage of their credit card purchase protection programs, the number of angry customer videos could be ... Continue reading

Tom and Katie Kaput - Who Pays the Credit Card Bills?

Posted: July 02, 2012

The news of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ impending divorce came as a shock to many last week. While fans wonder if happily-ever-after exists anymore, asks the important question: what happens to a couple’s joint credit cards when they split? Continue reading

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