The CFPB also wants agencies to make it easier for consumers to access and interpret their credit reports.
The issuer is expanding its it line with a card that lets you earn 1.5 miles back on each dollar you spend.
Aretha Franklin and Mindy Kaling join the issuers’ celeb endorsers in time for the Oscars.
Amex plans to appeal the decision, so how it ultimately affects your wallet remains to be seen.
You could own the Nirvana frontman’s now-expired plastic for $7,000 to $9,000.
Effective March 31, 2016, your Amex won’t be accepted at bulk retailer Costco.
The bank is letting its credit card holders redeem their rewards for cash at Wells Fargo ATMs nationwide.
A new study suggests anonymous credit card data isn’t really so anonymous.
The new biodegradable Sustain:Green MasterCard rewards cardholders with carbon offsets for their purchases.
The mobile carrier will offer its best deals to customers with bad credit who have paid their phone bill on time for 12 consecutive months.