If you haven’t cut up, torched or shredded all of your credit cards by now, here are a few things you can actually look forward to.
Credit card companies are losing money, which means more "great" offers that some consumers can't resist. Here's how to decipher the fine print.
The 140-character messages allowed on Twitter leave plenty of room for companies to eavesdrop on you — and figure out if you’re a credit risk.
For Citibank credit card holders, there is one way to escape the bank's rate hikes currently under way: Meet a monthly spending requirement.
JP Morgan Chase is dropping a clause from its credit card contracts that required disputes with customers to be handled through binding arbitration.
How do you know if you’re unhealthily attached to your plastic — and potentially vulnerable to a mountain of debt?
Credit card consumers are under assault from all fronts, the latest being a sustained, industry-wide cutback on credit card reward programs.
Consumer advocates are up in arms over Bank of America’s pilot program that charges fees to credit card customers. Is BofA breaking the law?
Here are some tips from identity theft experts to keep in mind as you make your shopping plans and start buying gifts.
Not only have credit card companies continued to use practices that will be outlawed come February, many of their policies have gotten harsher.