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MN: Northstar Link Commuter Bus Adds Go-To Fare Cards

Commuters using the Northstar Link Commuter Bus service provided by St. Cloud Metro Bus will have the option to pay fares using the same card used by Metro Transit. The Go-To fare card is a credit card-style payment card that can be pre-loaded with a desired amount. Show More Summary

Ride Sharing Showdown: Uber vs. Lyft

The ride sharing services Uber and Lyft both make it easy to grab a ride with your phone, get you where you’re going in minutes, and automatically pay for the trip without needing cash or card on hand. We decided find out which one is the best way to catch a ride. Read more...

Southwest Mocks Airline Fees, Giving Away 3 $250 Gift Cards

I’ve mentioned many times in the past how I like Southwest for their friendly customer service, unorthodox boarding procedure, no change fees and not charging bag fees. I recently received an e-mail about Southwest’s Transfarency. With Southwest they claim to have low fares and nothing to hide. Show More Summary

Well at least I’ve never lost a kid in a foreign country…

Top travel news - the truth about family travel (including losing children in a foreign country!), Amtrak card, customer service, getting the perfect flights to Australia and more!

Tango Card Improves Rewards as a Service API

Tango Card has announced major improvements to its Rewards as a Service (RaaS) API. The digital gift card provider arose as a leader in the e-gift card API space, and the improvements will only solidify that position. The RaaS API v1.1 includes new features that improve catalog and order functions. Show More Summary

Netflix raising US price for most popular video plan by $1

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Netflix is raising the price of its Internet video service by $1 in the U.S. and several other countries to help cover its escalating costs for shows such as "House of Cards" and other original programming.

Sim card with a Japan phone number

I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone that I bought in Australia. Does anyone know of a service that sells a sim-card with a Japanese phone number that will work for an unlocked phone? I've taken the phone into the major phone companies here... DoCoMo, Au, Softbank. All refuse to touch the phone, because it was not bought through their company. Thank you in advance.

5% American Express Rebates on Hyatt Spend Going Away January 1, Buy Discounted Hyatt Gift Cards Before December 31!

I have long used my Starwood Preferred Guest Business Credit Card from American Express, rather than my Hyatt Visa, to pay for domestic full service Hyatt stays. That's because American Express small business cards come with 'OPEN Savings' which are automatic statement credits rebating a percentage of your purchase with certain merchants.. Show More Summary

The Last Library Card Catalog Cards

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Photo: Pete Berkinshaw) OCLC stands for Online Computer Library Center. It's a huge non-profit organization in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio that provides library computer support services. Among them, OCLC catalogs books and other items owned by libraries around the world. Show More Summary

New head of group sales appointed at Fuel Card Services

Fuel Card Services has appointed Russ Kenyon as head of group sales as part of its strategy to continue the growth of recent years. Russ was previously head of sales local, live events & escapes UK/IRE at LivingSocial as well as having previously held of the role of senior sales director at the social commerce […]

Dark Patterns: The Sinister Side of UX

Several months ago I signed up for a free trial account with a popular online shipping service. Signing up was easy. Until I was asked for my credit card information. Naturally I hesitated. Why did this company need that information … Read More

Is Credit Monitoring Ever Worth It?

Should you pay for credit-monitoring — that identity theft protection service that promises to alert you whenever your card provider notices suspicious activity on your account? The short answer? Probably not. If you're proactive in monitoring and protecting your credit, you likely won't...

How to: cancel your Apple Music subscription before free trials expire tomorrow

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

With the first of the 3-month free trials for Apple Music set to expire tomorrow, many users will have their credit cards charged automatically for the $9.99/month service going forward (or $14.99/month for the family plan). If you’ve decided that you don’t want to continue with Apple Music experience and want to avoid being charged […]

EMV Credit Cards: Six Questions Answered

Using a credit card is one of the safest and most convenient ways to pay for products and services. Not only do most credit purchases come with zero fraud liability, but using one can save you from carrying around an easily-stolen wad...Show More Summary

Visa Bank Cards to Continue Normal Operation in Russia After October 1

Earlier in the day, media reports suggested that Visa had notified Russian banks that it might not guarantee service of card transactions from October 1.

Do Credit Card Customer Service Agents Know Their Stuff?

Just last month, Discover took the top spot in J.D. Power’s 2015 U.S. Credit Card Satisfaction Survey, an annual study measuring customer satisfaction based on consumer interactions, credit card terms, billing and payment, rewards, benefits and services, and problem resolution. Show More Summary

Hackers cash out directly from ATMs, don’t need to steal your card first

Hackers looking to steal money from ATMs have targeted your credit cards for years, trying to obtain access to it by hacking online services and retail shops. However, since more and more markets including America are adopting more secure...Show More Summary

Now You Don’t Even Need a Credit Card to Buy Stuff Online

In recent weeks, the online retailer started testing a new checkout service from a Swedish company called Klarna. Through Klarna, people can purchase stuff from Overstock simply by typing their email address, their shipping...Show More Summary

Walmart’s Streaming Video Service VUDU Discounts All Of This Year’s Emmy-Nominated Shows To $.67

For folks who might enjoy, say, Game of Thrones and Veep, but not enough to pay for HBO or HBO Now just for those two shows, or someone who wants to watch House of Cards without getting a Netflix subscription, Walmart’s streaming service VUDU might make sense: it charges per episode for TV shows, instead of requiring an upfront …

Use Your Credit Card's Concierge Service as a Personal Assistant

Your credit card might offer a benefit you hardly use but can be quite valuable: Concierge service. It’s like using the concierge services at a hotel, but anytime you want with just a phone call. Read more...

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