NEW YORK (AP) — High-end hotel chain Mandarin Oriental is the latest company to reveal that its credit card systems were hacked. The company said Thursday that its hotels in the U.S. and Europe were affected, but did not specify which ones. Show More Summary
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The hotel group is working with law enforcement agencies to investigate the matter. Credit card hackers are at it again: This time they've targeted the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. According to security blogger KrebsOnSecurity, the...Show More Summary
One simple way to help someone build credit is to add them to your credit card as an authorized user. This has no direct impact on your own credit, but it can be a big help for someone looking to improve theirs. Once you remove them, though, there are a couple of ways it could impact their credit. Read more...
Pursuant to a consent order entered into with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Continental Finance Company must refund $2.7 million to approximately 98,000 customers and pay a $250,000 penalty to the Bureau.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group – operators of more than two dozen upscale hotels from Atlanta to Jakarta – confirmed late Wednesday that its properties are the latest victims of a credit card breach. Krebs on Security reports representatives for the upscale hotel chain confirmed the breach but didn’t say how many of its hotels or customers were affected by the … [More]
A recent Infoworld story included 7 Red Flags about employees regarding “someone you admired, trusted, and invested yourself in ends up embezzling from the company, illegally accessing private emails, or using customer credit card data to buy computer equipment for their home, your incorrectly placed trust in that person will haunt you.”
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There are people in this world that almost never pay for airfare. Instead, they accumulate and use travel rewards. This is also true for hotels, and even rental cars. If you can work your travel rewards, it's possible to get solid value out of your credit card. (See also: Best Travel Reward Credit...
As we learned last October, US Airways Dividend Miles will be merged into American AAdvantage in the second quarter of this year (between April 1 and June 30, 2015). American's co-branded credit cards are presently being issued by Citi...Show More Summary
Readers with a lot of expendable cash, get your credit card cleared for what could be the greatest horror collectible of all-time. According to Figures.com, the Hollywood Collectibles Group (HCG) announced that will be releasing a 1:1 scale life-size statue of a Xenomorph Warrior as seen in James Cameron’s 1986 Aliens! The piece will debut […]
Several new banks are now offering Apple Pay support for credit and debit cards. We're looking at 18 new banks and credit unions adding support for the payment service. The most recent group of additions include the Bank of Hawaii and American Airlines Credit Union. Show More Summary
One Uber customer in London who accidentally left her credit card, debit card, and driver's license in the backseat of her Uber was left “speechless with tears” after her driver, Jamshid, mailed her back her cards, along with a handwritten note to her. Show More Summary
If the Stratos smart card works as advertised, it will prove that patience is a virtue. Having a prodigy for a CEO doesn't hurt either. First there was Coin, then there was Plastc: two companies promising the smart credit card of the future—one card that could store all of your cards. Show More Summary
S1001/Shutterstock Identity theft is rampant and responsible for 13 percent of all consumer complaints to the Federal Trade Commission in 2014, according to an agency report. A quarter of these complaints were due to credit card or bank fraud. Bank fraud is particularly painful. Show More Summary
This article is by staff writer Holly Johnson. According to a 2013 Nilson report, credit and debit card fraud were the cause of over $11.2 billion in losses in 2012. And if you think that sounds bad, just wait; it’s expected to get much worse. Show More Summary
Getting your credit application rejected can put a major hold on your life plans. It doesn't matter whether it's for the new car that you so desperately need, or for the bonus 50,000 air miles that come with that fancy credit card, getting rejected sucks. And while you may think that you're doing...
Apple continues to forge forward in expanding card support for its fledgling Apple Pay service and on Tuesday added 18 new credit unions and banks to the list of participating issuers.
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