Twitter on Tuesday morning announced that it is testing Twitter Offers, a new product that lets retailers tweet special cash-back deals, which users can then claim in brick-and-mortar stores with their linked credit and debit cards. But will people actually use it? The post Twitter Tries Out Coupons Despite Everything Groupon Taught Us appeared first on WIRED.
Nearly a year ago, Target learned of its massive breach where 40 million credit and debit card numbers were stolen from its system. But Target's third quarter earnings show signs of recovery, and profits have rose more than 3 percent to $325 milion. Show More Summary
Stores like to reel in credit card customers with tempting offers. Probably the most popular is the "0% interest" offer. But be careful with these; many retailers still charge you interest, they just defer it. Read more...
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Twitter Expands its Commerce Lineup with Twitter Offers, Which Link To Your Credit or Debit Card (TechCrunch) Twitter just announced that it’s testing a new commerce product called Twitter Offers. Show More Summary
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In the words of Anna from Frozen, "Wait! What?" Credit cards can actually save you money? Yes, they can if you know how to use them correctly. (See also: 13 Awesome Credit Card Perks You Didn't Know About) Here are seven ways your credit card can save you money. 1. Travel Benefits You...
To keep your money safe from hackers, many experts recommend using a credit card instead of a debit card both online and in stores.
Home Depot Inc. faces at least 44 lawsuits in the U.S. and Canada over a massive data breach this year that affected 56 million debit and credit cards.
An employee of Hess Corp. faces up to 20 years in prison for running up more than $1 million in unauthorized charges to a company credit card. Monica Causgrove of Lafayette, La., remained free on... To view the full story, click the title link.
These seven card issuers reported almost $470 billion in total payments made by customers using their credit cards in Q3 2014 – making this the best quarter in this regard since the economic downturn. The dominance of these financial...Show More Summary
Giselle Oliveira, 34, copped to grand larceny and other charges on Nov. 13 in Manhattan Supreme Court.
What would you do for the promise of a couple pieces of flee clothing? Just think of all the college freshmen who signed away their financial futures by applying for credit cards at orientation (before such marketing was outlawed). A line of 100 or so shoppers in San Francisco may not have to worry about ruining their credit score, but … [More]
Consumerist’s Tip For Criminals #872: If you rob a guy, don’t then use his stolen credit card to have pizza delivered to your home, because the driver dropping off your pie might just be a police officer in disguise. This is a lesson that a trio of idiots in Berkeley, CA, recently learned after being arrested by cops disguised as … [More]
Twitter today introduced Twitter Offers, a new way for consumers and businesses to take advantage of one another's interactions on Twitter. With Twitter Offers, users can link a credit or debit card to their account and then act on promotions or coupons within Twitter. Show More Summary
Twitter is getting into the coupon business with its latest feature. Starting today, Twitter will be testing out a new feature called Twitter Offers, a new arm of its sponsored tweets, the company said in a blog post. Twitter Offers will enable merchants to post a tweet with a deal (like $2 cash back when you spend more […]
Your Twitter addiction might save you some money starting Tuesday. The company has launched Twitter Offers, which lets marketers run promotions that you can redeem via your credit card. If a Twitter Offer pops up in your timeline, now you can add the Offer to your credit card or debit card. Show More Summary
Twitter just announced that it’s testing a new commerce product called Twitter Offers. This follows the announcement of Twitter’s first commerce product back in September, a “Buy” button allowing users to make purchases directly from tweets. Read More
To all future criminals: Don't use a stolen credit card to order pizza. If you've recently stolen a credit card, it's probably best to not order pizza with it. According to Berkeleyside, three robbers were caught early Monday morning when they used the credit card they had stolen off of a pedestrian to buy pizza. Show More Summary
Reader George asked about the economics of rewards credit cards. I was just mulling over the economics of credit card bonusing last night- are all of the costs absorbed by the credit card companies? 2x travel and dining are broad credits...Show More Summary
The fight for the next big thing in virtual wallets continues. LoopPay lets you add your all your credit card, debit card, and gift card info into your phone and then pay with a wave of a fob on your keychain. Are you ready to ditch your wallet? LoopPay: A Virtual Wallet That Works Almost Everywhere appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.