Credit Resource Center


Here's How Much America Wants Its Chip-and-PIN Credit Cards

9:30 am, July 21, 2014

Plenty of Americans are using cashing while safer, higher-security cards await their rollout.


How Seniors Make It Easy for ID Thieves

9:00 am, June 16, 2014

An alarming 45% of all consumer identity theft complaints last year came from Americans over the age of 50.


Is Today the Start of the Apple iWatch and New Payment System?

9:30 am, June 02, 2014

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference begins today, with an Apple iWatch and NFC chip one of the big rumors.


Retailer Data Breaches Have Freaked Out Consumers

9:30 am, May 27, 2014

More than half of those surveyed said they'd be less likely to do business with a company after a security data breach.


Like Your Credit Card? You May Not Need It Soon

9:00 am, May 19, 2014

The use of so-called 'contactless payments' is rising significantly, including in the U.S., and they don't have to come from a card.


Younger Consumers Just Don't Understand Credit Scores

9:00 am, May 14, 2014

A knowledge gap between the generations could really bite younger Americans where it hurts most: in the bank account.


Bad Credit? These Tips Can Still Put You In A New Car

9:00 am, May 05, 2014

Having bad credit doesn't mean you can't a buy a new car, SUV or truck. It just means you have to be diligent and creative.


Headed to Europe? What You Need to Know about Credit Card Technology, Fees

7:30 am, April 30, 2014

If Europe is on your travel agenda, here's a look at what you need in your wallet.


5 Senators Push Bill With Free Annual Credit Scores

9:30 am, April 29, 2014

The Stop Errors in Credit Use and Reporting Act is designed to reduce the problems consumers experience through errors in their scores.


5 Times the CFPB Has Cracked Down on a Credit Card Company

9:30 am, April 14, 2014

Last week it was Bank of America, but the consumer agency has been busy with several companies these past two years.

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