Tag Archives: Chase

Did credit cards fund — or foil — latest terror plot?

Jeremy Simon

You’ve almost certainly read news reports on the alleged terrorist plot that took shape around the anniversary of Sept. 11, including details suggesting a link between the attack’s funding and credit cards. But it also appears that aside from being aided by credit cards, the alleged terrorists may have also been undone by plastic.
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Iceland trip preparation provides education on travel, money

Jeremy Simon

I haven’t even left for Iceland, and I’ve already learned a lot from my trip.
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Continental slashes baggage fees for some Chase cardholders

Tyler Metzger

If you travel with Continental Airlines, your flight just got a little cheaper. The airline announced Tuesday it will waive baggage fees for Continental Chase credit card and debit cardholders for the first piece of checked luggage.
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Chase payroll card offers daily paychecks

Jeremy Simon

Nursefinders asked banking giant JPMorgan Chase to offer temporary staff a Chase payroll card that gets loaded with the day’s salary as quickly as two hours after a time card is submitted.
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Credit card arbitration lawsuit resurrected

Jeremy Simon

The Wall Street Journal reported that an appeals court on Friday reinstated a 2005 lawsuit charging some of the leading U.S. credit card issuers with breaking the law by forcing credit card users to sign away their right to bring complaints to court by including arbitration-only clauses in cardholder contracts.
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