Worried that technology is going to replace your local bank branch? Fear not. A new survey from the American Bankers Association reveals that physical branches remain the second most popular method for banking customers to manage their accounts. In fact, this year’s survey shows that more people prefer going to bank branches than they did in 2013
As more consumers ditch checking accounts in favor of prepaid cards, some fraudsters are targeting cardholders in online scams. A recent New York Times story by Matthew Goldstein highlights that one particular financial product seems to have become the focus of regulators. It’s called MoneyPak, and it’s known as a “cash top-up card.” Rather than working
One bank decided to show account holders how much the institution appreciates their business with some very special gifts.
Marijuana businesses scored a big victory in the House of Representatives: access to the banking industry.
A nonprofit citizen advocacy group wants to know why the US Department of Justice isn’t filing criminal charges against big banks.
U.S. regulators levied one of the world’s biggest banks with a massive fine for aiding criminals.
The U.S. Marshals Service auctioned off nearly 30,000 seized bitcoin this week. Find out who the lucky winner is.
A new report shows banking customers are still feeling the sting of high overdraft fees and confusing account terms.
While employers can save money by using payroll cards, their employees can easily lose due to excessive fees. Some lawmakers in New York are standing up to protect those workers.
Capital One is changing the way it uses information from the ChexSystems database, and it’s good news for consumers who have not been able to open checking accounts due to some previous personal finance mistakes.