Tesco Launches Credit Card Aimed at New Borrowers
8 May
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Tesco Launches Credit Card Aimed at New Borrowers »

Tesco’s banking division has launched a new credit card aimed at first-time credit users interested in building their ratings. The card, which Read more…

Just Ask: The Secrets to Reclaiming Credit Card Charges
23 Apr
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Just Ask: The Secrets to Reclaiming Credit Card Charges »

With even a single late payment significantly increasing your credit card bill, taking some steps to reclaim your credit card charges is a Read more…

Elderly Targeted in Credit Card Phone Scam
21 Apr
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Elderly Targeted in Credit Card Phone Scam »

A new credit card scam is spreading across the country, targeting the elderly using a simple but dangerous phone-based deception routine. Police in Read more…

‘Credit Hackers’ Trade Risk for Lucrative Rewards
14 Apr
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

‘Credit Hackers’ Trade Risk for Lucrative Rewards »

Could using your credit card more often actually be a good financial idea? According to the online community of credit hackers, it could. Read more…

Regulator: Credit Card Industry Encourages People to Go Into Debt
4 Apr
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Regulator: Credit Card Industry Encourages People to Go Into Debt »

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Britain’s leading financial regulator, claims that credit card companies are encouraging consumers to take on ‘excessive’ levels of Read more…

Credit Card Fraud Victims ‘Should Be Treated Better’
29 Mar
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Credit Card Fraud Victims ‘Should Be Treated Better’ »

Of the 1.5 million people targeted by credit card fraudsters in the last year, 10 per cent were denied refunds or compensation. Watchdog Read more…

Stolen Twitter Accounts ‘Worth More Than Credit Cards’ »

Online criminals are now breaking into people’s Twitter accounts before they try to hack their credit card information, a new report from online Read more…

Poor Credit Scores Cost Families Dearly
21 Feb
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Poor Credit Scores Cost Families Dearly »

Think a low credit score only affects your access to credit? Think again. Families that have poor credit scores spend an additional £1,170 Read more…

South Korean Regulators Punish Credit Card Companies
17 Feb
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

South Korean Regulators Punish Credit Card Companies »

After more than 20 million people had their credit card information stolen and sold to deceptive marketing firms, South Koreans have plenty of Read more…

Pensioners Find it Hard to Quality for Credit Cards
13 Feb
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Pensioners Find it Hard to Quality for Credit Cards »

Pensioners are struggling to quality for credit cards. In a recent letter to the Sunday Express, a pensioner and Lloyds customer for almost Read more…