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Wells Fargo to Charge Debit Users a Monthly Fee

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Forget about just credit card fees, with the help of the Durbin-Dodd amendment, consumers should start getting used to debit card fees. Banks have lost billions of dollars nationwide with the passage of the CARD Act, and are looking at consumers to pay to cover the costs.Beginning this fall, Wells Fargo will… Continue reading

How Your Credit Card Can Help in a Natural Disaster

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Now days, we read the words ‘Tsunami’, ‘Hurricane’, ‘Flood’, and ‘Earthquake’all too frequently in the headlines. You don’t have to be blind to see that natural disasters are becoming increasingly common, in fact some might argue that they are a part of life in the new millennium. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina… Continue reading

Credit Card Late Payments Lowest Since 1994

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The data shows it! Credit card consumers are doing better at maintaining their account balances. Consumers are becoming more responsible for their finances and are actually making a difference in their pockets. In fact, the consumers are so diligently taking care of their credit card concerns that late… Continue reading

Recover from a Lost Credit Card

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Loosing a card is a headache in itself; but be financially savvy and don`t let it turn into a larger ordeal by remaining diligently watchful over your money and credit. Make sure to report missing or stolen cards as soon as soon as possible, as to not be responsible for any extraneous fees a thief may… Continue reading

How to Handle Credit Card Rejection

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Dealing with rejection is never fun. Neither is work, but if you find yourself applying for large amounts of credit cards, and have not received one acceptance letter, it is time to work on your credit. It may be a little disappointing getting repeatedly denied by credit card issuers. Sure, you can’t have… Continue reading

Pre-paid Credit Cards vs. Credit Cards

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If you don’t have access to a bank account or are tired of being rejected by the major credit card issuers, then you might have thought about opening up a pre-paid credit card. Pre-paid credit cards appeal to consumers with little or no credit, because they promise all the things that a traditional credit… Continue reading

Quick Credit Relief

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With the exception of Warren Buffet, Oprah, Bill Gates, and the rest of the world’s wealthiest people, we are all broke. According to the Federal Reserve Bank NY, since 2008, the overall household debt, including mortgages, car loans, student loans, and credit cards decreased by over $1 trillion. Following… Continue reading

Things You Didn`t Know about the CARD Act

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By demanding clarity and transparency from creditcardissuers, the CreditCARDActof 2009 is providing the industry with much needed consumer-friendly legislation. The law puts new regulation on how banks deal with interest rate hikes, introductory offers, and delinquent payments. But some things that you… Continue reading

How to Pick a New Credit Card

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Getting a new credit card can be a very exciting experience. There is so much potential in that little piece of plastic. And sadly, if your aged 18 to 24, it is more than likely that the potential plastic will morph into very real debt. According to a report by Credit-Land.com, the 18-24 demographic is… Continue reading

Four Things You Didn’t Know about the CARD Act

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Two years later and the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act is still the topic of discussion, as most new rules and regulations site the law. Consumers have felt the affects in hiked ATM fees, new monthly debit card charges, charges for inactivity and stricter standards when… Continue reading

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