Your credit card is safe in your wallet, but your statement shows you recently spent $900 on online games. How did your credit card information get stolen? Learn about how scammers target your information, and what it means for you.
You may have a low credit score simply because you haven’t borrowed funds or applied to a credit card. Here’s five simple tips on building your credit score in a smart way.
Paying off credit card debt is a smart move. When you are paying interest on money, you are in essence mortgaging your future options to pay for your past purchases. Here’s what you need to know to get out of credit card debt fast.
Bankruptcy, foreclosures and unemployment have made a huge dent in credit scores in recent years, but there are steps to rebuilding credit scores and taking control of our financial future. Taking these steps is well worth the effort to obtain low interest rates on mortgages and personal loans.
Start building credit history with good credit habits. Whether you are trying to start out building a good score, or wish to improve your existing score, these steps will help you to improve your credit score over time.
There are many ways credit card scams can ruin your life. The cost of repairing your credit and restoring your good name is so costly in time and money that prevention is by far the best medicine. Protect yourself by knowing what to look out for in online credit card frauds or scams.
Bankruptcy is a legal process allowing you to reorganize or even get rid of your debts. Learn more about how to negotiate credit card balances in bankruptcy to find out how the process can help you to more effectively deal with credit card debt.
There are a variety of reasons why a consumer may wish to dispute a credit card charge including a bad product, an error in billing and fraudulent use of their cards. The processes to handle this type of dispute can be challenging if a consumer does not have accurate information.
If you’re getting letters from either your credit card company or a collection agency informing you of an upcoming legal battle—mediation or arbitration, what does this mean? What if you don’t feel you owe the company any money? Can you fight these battles? Jean Scheid explains the facts.
Everything is up for negotiation, including a settlement with your credit card company. Learn how to negotiate a settlement with a credit card company, so you see to all the details and make it as efficient a process as possible.