Your past is never really behind you. Or so it seems when it comes to credit reports.
In with the magazines and bills, you might find a sneaky little credit card policy change disguised as junk mail. Here's how to avoid the trap.
Before jumping on the first offer for a credit card balance transfer you come across, here are answers to some common questions.
Momentum is gathering on Capitol Hill for a new watchdog agency devoted to credit and lending consumer issues. What changes will this mean?
Charging the entire cost of a new car on an American Express credit card is the kind of deal that legends are made of — good and bad.
Debit cards and cold hard cash are gaining popularity as consumers grow tired of the tricks credit card companies so often play.
Capital One will drop language from credit card contracts that requires customer disputes to be handled through binding arbitration rather than court.
Is the venerable checking account on the endangered list? Could be, especially as their rising costs batter weary U.S. consumers.
Visa has cut off 100 scammers who use bogus marketing techniques to dupe consumers.
Credit card companies are reaching deep into their bag of tricks to raise card rates, hike fees and get as much cash out of you as they can.