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FTC busts up $275 million credit card scam, sues the folks behind it

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

The folks down at the Federal Trade Commission are busy helping all of us these days, whether they're weighing in on patent disputes or forcing firms to help cover your child's lack of parental supervision. Today, the FTC charged several companies...

Russian Oligarchs Wave Goodbye To Visa, Switch To Chinese Credit Card

So much for the "Russia is becoming increasingly isolated" meme that the West would like many to believe. As Russia continues to sign de-dollarization deals and trade agreements with its BRICS allies while pushing ahead with retaliatory...Show More Summary

This Week In Credit Card News: 35% Of Consumers Have Debt In Collections; High Overdraft Fees

A Third of Americans Delinquent on Debt More than a third of consumers have trouble paying debts on time; 35% of Americans have debt in collections, according to a study of seven million Americans by the Urban Institute. That means the debt is so far past due that the account has been closed and placed [...]

$75 gets you $100 in Android App Credit Today on Amazon

We see a fair number of iTunes gift card deals around these parts, but discounts on Android app credit are basically nonexistent. Today though, Amazon is filling the void with $100 in Amazon Coins, valid for the purchase of apps and in-app purchases from the Android Appstore, for just $75. Read more...

$75 gets you $100 in Android App Credit Today on Amazon

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

We see a fair number of iTunes gift card deals around these parts, but discounts on Android app credit are basically nonexistent. Today though, Amazon is filling the void with $100 in Amazon Coins, valid for the purchase of apps and in-app purchases from the Android Appstore, for just $75. Read more...

Limited-Time United Explorer Signup Bonus Up to 55,000 Miles!

I receive compensation for many links on this blog. You don’t have to use these links, but I am grateful to you if you do. I do not write about all credit cards that are available — instead focusing on miles, points, and cash back (and currencies that can be converted into the same). Show More Summary

Come October, Your Credit Cards Are Getting a Facelift

15 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Chip Chick

The United States is pretty much the last horse to cross the finish line when it comes to implementing EMV tech into credit and debit cards. Most major international markets have used the chip-and-PIN system for a while now, with cards that ditch the magnetic stripe and use a chip on the front of the card to communicate with readers. Show More Summary

New Malware Infects Retail POS Systems to Steal Credit Card Info

US Computer Emergency Response Team, in cooperation with the Secret Service and researchers at Trustwave’s Spiderlabs, have issued an alert about a newly identified variant of malware installed on point-of-sale (POS) systems that was used in a series of recent attacks by cyber criminals. Called “Backoff,” the malware shares characteristics with the one used to... Read More

Can ATM Operators Beat Skimmers By Simply Rotating Card Readers 90 Degrees?

For decades, we’ve been sliding our credit and debit cards into ATMs with the shorter side of the card entering the reader. All this while, ID thieves have been improving their card-skimming devices to fit this well-established mold. The skimmers have gotten smaller, sleeker, and smarter, to the point where even a trained eye might be fooled. So what’s the … [More]

These 10 Photos Were Taken With A Tiny $35 Computer

Raspberry Pi, the single-board computer that's the size of a credit card, is more widely known for its ability to teach computer science basics rather than for its photography. But Adafruit, a company selling DIY electronics, saw the potential for Raspberry Pi owners to use the $35 computer in conjunction with a camera to produce pictures. Show More Summary

A Better Option than First Friday Dining Bonus Miles

I receive compensation for many links on this blog. You don’t have to use these links, but I am grateful to you if you do. I do not write about all credit cards that are available — instead focusing on miles, points, and cash back (and currencies that can be converted into the same). Show More Summary

How to Pick (and Manage) Credit Cards for the Best Travel Rewards

Everybody loves to visit foreign countries and exotic lands, but it can be tough to save up for the travel that you'd like to do. Luckily, credit card miles are a great way to find your way to Europe for the trip you've always wanted. Read more...

5 Hidden Credit Card Fees To Watch Out For

Credit cards can provide easy access to loads of funds, but don't forget they are designed by banks to get you to pay more than what you bargained for. 5 Hidden Credit Card Fees To Watch Out For appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Being Thrifty Hurt My Credit Score (and Could Hurt Yours)

Derek Askill/Alamy In the last year, my credit score dropped by more than 30 points. And somehow, it happened because I left my credit cards at home. Most tales of ruined credit ratings are ones of excess and irresponsible spending --...Show More Summary

Man Adds Hundreds of Dollars To Gift Cards Without Paying a Cent

A Springfield, Virginia man is under investigation after telling a coworker he hacked into gift card databases to add credit without paying for it. Muneeb Akhter, 23, claims that he found holes in the software used to load prepaid gift cards and was able to add value illegally, NBC Washington reported. Show More Summary

PS Outsells Xbox & AC Rogue Leaked? - IGN Daily Fix

PlayStation Outsells Xbox 3 t o 1 & Assassin's Creed Rogue leaked. Plus, GameStop gets a credit card, Hyrule Warriors Nintendo Direct is coming & new Mortal Kombat X info revealed soon.

Stealthy new malware snatching credit cards from retailer’s POS systems

"Backoff" scrapes credit card transactions out of memory, sends them back to cyber thieves.

More Chase Sapphire Preferred Changes Announced

Early last week I wrote about some changes that were announced to the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, which is my all around favorite credit card. At the time I wrote about the most major changes that were coming to the card. These included...Show More Summary

It's Time to Take this Poisonous Plastic Out of Our Oceans

You may love the plastic in your credit card, water pipes and gym bags but whales, sea turtles and birds certainly don't. Polyvinyl chloride, also known as PVC or vinyl, is one of the world's most common plastics. It's also a major source...Show More Summary

Coin – ALL your Credit Cards in One

I have to admit I’m not the most organized gal on the planet. My wallets a mess, I have a gazillion credit cards, none of which are where they should be at any given time. I use one to pay for something, and stick it in my jacket pocket. I use another one, and it goes into my dressy handbag, only to be found 3 months after it expired. I...

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