LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Update–December 26, 2014

Staples Estimates Hackers Breached 1.16 Million Credit Cards Staples confirmed that suspicious cyber activity, first spotted in September, was most likely a malware attack that may have breached 1.16 million credit cards. A preliminary investigation found evidence of malware installed … Continue reading

How to Recover from Holiday Credit Card Debt

Holiday shopping is a wonderful experience, until the credit card bills start rolling in. Once the joy of the giving has passed, you stare at the painful task of paying the bills. There are several ways to recover from holiday credit card … Continue reading

The States with the Lowest Holiday Credit Card Debt

Holiday spending is picking up steam throughout the United States as shoppers buy gifts for their loved ones. In the midst of this high-spending season, consumers in some states handle the shopping better than others. In fact, credit card debt … Continue reading

Parents Willing To Take On Credit Card Debt For Happier Holidays

Many parents will go to great lengths to keep their children happy, even if that means going into credit card debt. According to the latest survey from Lexington Law, 57% of parents are willingly take on credit card debt to … Continue reading

LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Update November 30

How Four Families Conquered Their Credit Problems A Federal Reserve Board report issued in June revealed that only about 39 percent of card holders carried a balance in 2010, down from 46 percent in 2007. Those balances average $2,600, compared … Continue reading