Senators Pushing for Tougher Data Breach Laws

Two Democratic senators, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Mark Warner of Virginia, have introduced a bill that would give the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) more power to investigate credit reporting agencies and levy fines against agencies that are breached by hackers. If passed, the FTC can inspect companies, such as TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax, which was


Senators Pushing for Tougher Data Breach Laws

January 11, 2018

Two Democratic senators, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Mark Warner of Virginia, have introduced a bill that would give the Federal Trade Commi..

Some New Options To Build Credit For Those with No Credit History

The old adage of “it takes credit to get credit” is most apparent when applying for your first credit card. Having no credit is better tha..

Do People Want Facial Recognition Technology?

January 10, 2018

It sounds like something from a Science Fiction film. You step into a restaurant, order your meal and then pay with a glance at the camera. After dini..

Outstanding Credit Card Debt Reaches All-Time High—Should We Be Worried?

Credit card debt in America has reached an all-time high, according to the Federal Reserve’s latest consumer credit report. In November, revolvi..

Twitter Promoted Tweets from a Phishing Site: Here’s How to Protect Yourself

Recently, Twitter came under fire for allowing a Promoted Tweet from a phishing site to make its way onto the platform. The Tweet was designed to look..

Google Plans to Rebrand Mobile Wallet as ‘Google Pay’

January 9, 2018

Google just announced they are getting rid of Android Pay—well, at least the name. The company plans to merge Android Pay, Google Wallet, and C..

Everything You Need to Know about Visa’s New Wallet Card

Visa and Dynamics introduced their new Dynamics Wallet Card at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show. At first glance, the Wallet Card looks like a norma..

Why Mobile Payments Are More Popular in China than the U.S.

Research from Business Insider found that Chinese shoppers use mobile payments 11 times more than people in the United States. Why are mobile payments..

Americans May Be Using Their Tax Refunds for Healthcare Costs

January 8, 2018

Have American healthcare costs gotten so high that doctor’s appointments are considered a luxury purchase? New research from JPMorgan Chase sugg..

Who Should Pay Credit Card Fees: Retailers or Consumers?

A federal appeals court in California has ruled that businesses are allowed to charge customers extra fees when using credit cards. This ruling is sim..

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