Amazon Launches Mobile Credit Card Reader

Amazon has taken big steps to expand its business in 2014, releasing both a mobile wallet and a smartphone. Now the company is making another significant move by offering a mobile credit card reader for offline purchases. Amazon's mobile credit … Continue reading

LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Update–August 1, 2014

A Third of Americans Delinquent on Debt More than a third of the country is in trouble when it comes to paying debts on time; 35% of Americans have debt in collections, according to a study out Tuesday from the … Continue reading

Amazon Launches Its First Mobile Wallet

Amazon's first mobile wallet quietly debuted on the Amazon Appstore and Google Play last week. The app is designed to be used at checkout terminals for dozens of merchants. While the idea of a mobile wallet implies storing credit card … Continue reading

FTC Sues Amazon Over In-App Purchases by Children

The Federal Trade Commission is suing Amazon on behalf of parents who were charged for purchases their children made without their permission. The lawsuit claims Amazon allowed kids to rack up millions of dollars in transactions through their platform without … Continue reading

Wallaby’s Chrome Extension Recommends Credit Cards for Online Shopping

Wallaby's credit card rewards optimization program has now made its way to Google Chrome. The company has developed an extension that tells consumers which credit card to use when shopping online so the rewards are maximized. The extension works by … Continue reading

PayPal, AmEx and MasterCard Now Offer Free Shipping

PayPal and American Express announced plans earlier this year to allow customers to receive free two-day shipping at select online retailers. MasterCard has now decided to do the same. These shipping programs are in response to overwhelming success of Amazon … Continue reading

Target Makes Price-Matching a Permanent Policy

During the past holiday shopping season, Target instituted a policy where they matched lower prices offered by select online retailers on identical items. Yesterday, Target announced they would make this a year-round policy. If a Target shopper has proof of … Continue reading