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Apple Pay Accounts for $2 out of every $3 Spent with Contactless Payments Apple CEO Tim Cook said that around $2 out of every $3 spent using contactless payments across Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are being made with Apple … Continue reading →
Shoppers Just Don't Care About Credit Card Hacks If Target and The Home Depot are still reeling from the collective breach of 96 million customers' credit and debit cards, it didn't show in either company's earnings reports this week. Target … Continue reading →
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 →
The Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement with movie ticket seller Fandango and credit report provider Credit Karma over charges that they failed to secure the transmission of consumers’ personal information from their mobile apps. The FTC alleged that … Continue reading →
Target Data Breach Pits Banks Against Retailers Banks and big retailers are locked in a debate over the breach of consumer data that gripped Target during the holiday season. At issue: Which industry bears more responsibility for protecting consumers' personal … Continue reading →
'Rachel' Robocallers Reach Settlement with the FTC Two more people and four companies have agreed to settle charges in the "Rachel robocall" scheme, according to the Federal Trade Commission. The Rachel scam, which used other names as well, called people, … Continue reading →
The scrutiny continues to increase on the debt collection industry. Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to upgrade the regulations governing debt collection. It is asking for public and business feedback before proposing … Continue reading →
A new scam to hit the mobile market had Angry Bird players in an uproar. Jesta Digital, also known as Jamster, is a company from California that is now under fire for duping customers into clicking on ad banners, which … Continue reading →
Credit card fraud has unfortunately become an every day occurrence, not just in this country but around the world. A 2012 global study by ACI Worldwide and Aite Group shows that one in four respondents have been a victim of … Continue reading →
Ever notice $10 to $50 missing from your available credit balance without a clue as to why? If so, you may be a victim of "cramming," a new type of credit card fraud. Cramming involves the use of unauthorized small … Continue reading →
Young Adults Retreat From Piling Up Debt Total debt among young adults dropped in the last decade to the lowest level in 15 years. A typical young U.S. household, defined as one led by someone under age 35, had $15,000 … Continue reading →
California Supreme Court Makes it Easier for Apple, Online Businesses to Collect Personal Data A divided California Supreme Court ruled that online merchants such as Apple and Ticketmaster can require consumers to furnish personal information to make credit card purchases. … Continue reading →
Tired of getting those obnoxious phone calls from "Rachel" promising to lower the interest rate on your credit card? So is the Federal Trade Commission. Today, federal judges in Florida and Arizona temporarily shut down five companies that performed these … Continue reading →
Texting is a quick and popular form of communication. It is also becoming a popular way for scammers to trick you into giving out your credit card number, bank account number or other financial information. A popular texting scam sends … Continue reading →