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How to deal with mounting credit card debt

Having a credit has shifted from being a fashion statement to a necessity these days. In fact, it's not a question of whether or not to have a credit card, it's about how many. Having multiple cards will also give you the flexibility of usage. When the balance in one card is exhausted, another comes into play. The credit limit of these cards has also increased by a huge margin.But, in the process there...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others

Your Money Adviser: Credit Issuers Making It Easier to Know Your Score

Several credit-card companies have begun providing certain types of FICO credit scores to card holders, free.    ...
Source : The New York Times |
Category : Others

Don’t bank on high-tech credit cards

Why the credit card of the future for many Americans will look a lot like the credit card of 2006 for most Europeans....
Source : Marketwatch |
Category : Personal Finance

Credit card with keypad to eradicate fraud

generation credit card developer is reportedly planning to launch a high-tech version with a keypad to contain credit-card frauds....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

All about supplementary credit cards!

Long ago, taking a loan from the bank was considered as taboo in the society but since the introduction of credit cards it is quite alright to buy things on credit. Later on, a new concept called Supplementary Credit Cards was also brought up to ease up a few more things. Basically, a supplementary credit card is an additional credit card that is issued under your original or primary card. The card...
Source : Yahoo Finance |
Category : Personal Finance

More in Singapore finding it hard to pay credit card debt

Posed photo of a person holding 6 credit cards to illustrate the story on saying 'no' to credit card debt. More people are now struggling to pay off their credit card bills, new figures show, as if underlining the need for the tough new rules governing credit card debt. -- ST FILE PHOTO: WANG HUI FENMore people are now struggling to pay off their credit card bills, new figures show, as if underlining...
Source : Straits Times |
Category : International

5 golden rules to get the most out of your credit cards

you know, a recent study in India says that people with the income of Rs. 3 lakh per annum and below the age of 35 have on average 3-4 credit cards. Also according to this study, people between 35-40 years have 3 credit cards; people between 41-50 years have 1-2 credit cards, while people above 51 have one credit card.It also says that those who own more credit cards are more in debt compared to others....
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others

This Week In Credit Card News--Card Tips After A Job Loss, Credit Cards Expand In Russia

This Week In Credit Card News--Card Tips After A Job Loss, Credit Cards Expand In RussiaInvestors bid up the shares of the credit card company of the entrepreneur Oleg Tinkov on its first day of trading on the London Stock Exchange, as the consumer credit business booms in Russia. The initial public offering of the holding company, listed as TCS Group Holding, raised $1.1 billion, valuing the credit...
Source : Forbes |
Category : Personal Finance

California DMV customers may be affected by a credit card breach

Did you renew your driver’s license or pay a fee to the California Department of Motor Vehicles using your credit card? You may want to keep a close watch on your credit card statements. That’s the message the state agency is sending to its customers after a hack affected its payment processor.According to the DMV, the breach impacted its credit card payment processor, and that it was issuing the warning...
Source : PCWorld |
Category : Science N Technology

How banks make money of your credit cards

Indians are cautious by nature. In comparison to the rest of the world, the usage of credit cards by Indians is relatively low. Banks love borrowers who spend on credit cards. This is because they charge anywhere between 3 to 4% per month on the outstanding amount if you fail to pay the ‘total amount due’ in your credit card statement. This is the most expensive way of borrowing.Jefferies, a UK-based...
Source : Yahoo Finance |
Category : Personal Finance