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On Monday, Keller Rohrback L.L.P. filed a class action lawsuit against Experian. The suit alleges that the credit reporting agency did not do enough to prevent, detect, end or limit the scope of a data breach that was reported this September that … Continue reading →
Google Buys Softcard, Teams Up with Carriers on Mobile Payments Google and the mobile carriers have long been at odds over mobile payments, but faced with the runaway success of Apple Pay, the two rivals have become friends. AT&T, Verizon … Continue reading →
T-Mobile recently announced a new opportunity for prepaid cardholders to earn money by depositing their tax refunds onto their T-Mobile Visa Prepaid Cards. T-Mobile CEO John Legere made the announcement on his Twitter page to encourage cardholders to put extra … Continue reading →
Report Says Debt Settlement Companies May Leave Customers Worse Off Using a settlement company to help you dig out from underneath burdensome debt may sound appealing, but it may leave you worse off than when you started, according to new … Continue reading →
T-Mobile has decided to step out of its comfort zone and expand its efforts to the unbanked market. The cell phone company known for its no-contract cell phone service is now reaching out to the unbanked with a prepaid card … Continue reading →
After months of delays, mobile payment took another step forward this week with the launch of the Isis system in Salt Lake City and Austin. Isis allows consumers to make payments with their smartphone by waving it at a check-out … Continue reading →