5 credit don'ts for homebuyers

Tread softly on making changes to your credit when you are going to put in an application for a mortgage. Measures you believe ought to be helpful could derail your loan Read More

Online fraud may soar after EMV chip card rollout

U.S. issuers are replacing conventional magnetic stripe credit cards with cards including counterfeit-immune EMV processors. But fraudsters are anticipated to conform, turning to on-line and also other types of fraud Read More

Charge card interest rates drop to 14.98 percent

Nov. 19, 2014: Typical rates on new card offers dropped below 15 percent Wednesday for the first time in over a year, according to the CreditCards.com Weekly Credit Card Rate Report Read More

Collection Agency Charged with $4.1M Fraud

A Georgia-based collection agency and seven workers are facing fraud charges after a national investigation revealed approaches that prosecutors consider convinced more than 6,000 individuals to pay the company an estimated $4.1 million in purported debts, according to a criminal charge filed Tuesday. Read More

Consumer Borrowing Rises in September

Consumer borrowing soared to $3.28 trillion in September, up about $15.9 billion, according to the Federal Reserve’s monthly report on automobile and student loans and credit card debt. Read More