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Donald Trump's luxury hotel chain is reportedly the victim of a credit card breach

A slew of Trump Hotels have reportedly been hacked, according to a new report from journalist Brian Krebs. According to Krebs, the luxury hotel chain — which is owned by the famous millionaire who just announced his presidential candidacy — was the victim of a credit card breach. Show More Summary

Alaska Visa Now Offering Free First Checked Bag

While I've long had the Alaska Airlines Visa Card, it has been noticeably missing one very common perk offered by co-branded US airline credit cards nowadays -- a free first checked bag. Well, it looks like that has finally changed. As...Show More Summary

Companies Must Refund Millions Of Dollars For Credit Card Add-On Services Customers Never Received

As a rule of thumb, if you’re a company and you charge a customer for a service or product, you’re supposed to actually provide that service or product. That apparently wasn’t a practice adhered to by two credit card add-on companies that must now pay millions of dollars in fines and refunds. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau took action today… [More]

Actress Neve Campbell joins the ‘House of Cards’ cast as a series regular

Actress Neve Campbell, whose credits include ’90s tearfest “Party of Five” and the ’90s screamfest, well, “Scream,” is joining the cast of “House of Cards” as a series regular, according to Deadline. Campbell is on something of a roll. After years of flying under the radar with TV parts (remember when she was McDreamy’s little sister on “Grey’s”?) and […]

Credit Card Companies Abandon Backpage.com Over Sex Trafficking Complaints

2 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

CHICAGO -- Major credit card companies, including American Express, Visa and MasterCard, will no longer let their cards be used to purchase adult ads on Backpage.com, a popular and controversial classified-ads site that critics say serves...Show More Summary

Great Deal: 20% Bonus When You Convert Starpoints Into American Miles

One of the things which makes the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express and the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express valuable is that Starpoints are so flexible. They can efficiently...Show More Summary

All Major Credits Card NOT Accepted

Clever new pressure campaign over sex-trafficking concerns hits backpage.com where it hurts.

A secure backup plan in case all your credit cards are swiped

If you worry about losing your credit cards, reader HelenFred suggests this: "I scan all my important cards, front and back. Place them all on scanner bed, scan the collection, turn them over, scan. Put them on a single  page. Print as many  copies as you like?Color is preferable. Also the scanner...

How To Make Sure Apple Music Doesn’t Automatically Charge You After The Free 3-Month Trial Ends

What’s that you say? You don’t like paying for things unexpectedly and automatically? Then if you’re trying Apple Music during the three months that it’s free, you’ll want to make sure to prevent it from charging your credit card when the trial is over. The card you have on file with your Apple ID will get charged either for the … [More]

The Care and Feeding of a Financial Black Hole

``Do you like your black hole? If you aren't sure you like it, then let me ask you some other questions: Do you like the fact that your credit cards still work, or that you can still keep money in the bank and even get cash out of an...Show More Summary

Alaska Airlines Credit Card Now Includes Free Checked Bag

Of all the U.S. carriers, Alaska Airlines has been the only one off the top of my head that did not include a free checked bag as a benefit of its co-branded credit card. Today that’s changing. Travelers with the Visa Signature card from Bank of America (there are other cards with lesser benefits and a [...] This post was originally published on Travel Codex.

Tech Has Upended Banks and Stock Trading. Insurance Is Next

Banks, credit card companies, and brokers are watching fintech startups encroach on their turf. And their next target may be the juiciest prey yet: insurance. The post Tech Has Upended Banks and Stock Trading. Insurance Is Next appeared first on WIRED.

How a Quick Call Can Change 4 Things About Your Credit Card

Getty ImagesWant to lower your APR or increase your credit card spending limit? All you have to do is ask. By Matt Schulz A simple phone call can potentially save you hundreds of dollars, improve your credit score, score you extra frequent...Show More Summary

July’s New Releases

BIG WARNING: You need to put your wallet, your credit cards, even your spare change, in a safe to which you do not know the combination to. It’s a steep month, ya’ll!

Facebook Messenger Rolls Out Payment Service Across The U.S.

16 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Facebook Messenger Payment / Credit: Facebook Today Facebook announced that a new payment feature is now available for Facebook Messenger users in the U.S. Now you can make person-to-person payments by adding your debit card through Facebook Messenger in just a few taps. The money goes straight from your checking account [...]

Man pleads guilty to using Allenby's credit cards in Hawaii

16 hours agoSports / Golf : USAToday: Golf

Man pleads guilty to making purchases with golfer Allenby's credit cards, ID in Hawaii        

A Few New Amex Statement Credit Offers!

Over the past weeks, a few new American Express offers appeared where you can receive a statement credit by using your registered credit card at participating merchants. Unfortunately though, most of these offers are only available via your AmericanExpress.com account. Show More Summary

Pinterest Begins Rollout of Buyable Pins

The buyable pins feature introduced by Pinterest in early June has begun rolling out to iPhone and iPad users in the U.S. Buyable pins enable Pinterest users to purchase products directly via pins, using their credit card or Apple Pay information,...Show More Summary

Apple Music will charge you after 3 months if you don't do this

Apple's new Music app is free for the first three months, but you still need to provide your credit card information to use it. After your trial period is up, Apple will then automatically charge your card. Find out how you can make sure your credit card doesn't get auto-charged. Produced by Will Wei Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Hands-on with Apple Music: I’m impressed. Here’s why

Apple's ace in the hole here is your existing iTunes membership, your credit card on file, and most importantly, your music history.

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