A co-signed loan that’s gone belly up can spell disaster for your credit rating. Our expert offers three ways to tackle the problem.
Citigroup says hackers last month stole account information from more than 360,000 of its Citi-branded credit card accounts in North America.
American Express launched a new prepaid debit card with lower fees than its competitors in an effort to appeal to consumers worried about fees.
Thanks to the Credit Card Act clamping down on card issuers’ shady practices, Citi’s balance transfer offer--0% for 21 months--means exactly what it says it does.
Small businesses need credit extensions to jump-start hiring.
Customers of Michaels stores are dealing with a debit card breach. Here’s what all consumers should know so they can protect themselves from falling victim to debit card fraud.
Marriage itself doesn't automatically trigger changes in scores but the history each spouse brings into the union can significantly impact shared and individual fortunes.
Even though the CARD Act has given consumers considerably more protection from high interest rates, there are still some bad credit cards out there. MainStreet spoke to credit experts about how to see the red flags.
The Fed decided to keep interest rates low, which is good for borrowers, but bad for savers.
MainStreet used estimates from credit experts to work out how much your bad credit score can cost you in interest over the life of a loan.