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Taxicabs in the District of Columbia will be required to accept credit and debit cards by the end of August.
With cash being used less frequently for everyday purchases, fraud is a legitimate concern for many consumers who swipe plastic at the checkout line.
Retailers know their customers better than shoppers think.
It might be time to lose some weight in the wallet and your purse. Not only will it make sitting more comfortable, it could keep you and your identity safe.
What happens if your credit card company cancels your card just before you are due a sizable cash reward rebate?
A letter stated Karen had an account that was never paid, and the sender offered her a new credit card to use in paying off the debt.
It seems like these days, thieves will stop at nothing to steal your identity or financial information. Don't settle for just taking precautions online and at ATMs -- keep an eye on receipts, as well.
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American Express is offering exclusive deals to its 97 million existing card holders through Twitter. For AmEx, it's a way to attract new customers.For Twitter, it's the latest step to create a moneymaking business model through advertising and promotions.
A fee of roughly two percent to two and a half percent can be applied to your annual transaction.
As gas prices keep rising, there are ways to ease the pump pain. Making the most of credit card rewards programs is one way to save on gas.