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Surprise! Credit card delinquencies fall

Daniel Ray

Maybe only some chunks of the sky are falling. The American Bankers Association today released its quarterly study of consumer borrowing, and despite an overall gloomy picture, credit card delinquencies were down.
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Getting a credit card got tougher, Fed says

Jeremy Simon

The Federal Reserve thinks getting approved for a new credit card recently got tougher. But since communicating in easy-to-understand language just isn’t the central bank’s style, the Fed didn’t come out and say so in exactly those words.
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Do warranty cards warrant your response? Not if you don’t want junk mail

Connie Prater

Watch out for warranty cards. They leave you vulnerable to telemarketers.
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New year, new gift card roundup

Jeremy Simon

As shoppers head to the stores post-Christmas to take advantage of sales or return unwanted presents, gift card stories continue to make news.
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New from Korea: credit card / USB combo

Daniel Ray

You knew this had to happen: A South Korean bank has issued a combo contactless credit card / USB device to make it easier and faster and more secure to spend your money.
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