The cost of owning a credit card has decreased since the CARD Act of 2009.
A news report highlights the CFPB’s data-mining goals for the credit card industry. Is it too much?
Let’s go over some of the ways the CARD Act protects consumers.
It’s now easier for stay-at-home spouses and partners to get credit cards, thanks to a new federal ruling.
Consumers could face huge fees just to apply for a credit card, thanks to a new ruling from the CFPB.
Fewer college students carry credit cards these days than just a year ago, according to a new survey from Sallie Mae.
The CFPB is asking for comments from consumers, the credit card industry and consumer advocates on the CARD Act’s impact.
Credit cardholders are happier with their cards versus last year, the third straight year of improvement.
Chase is paying $100 million to settle a lawsuit that alleges the credit card issuer improperly raised minimum payments.
It’s a dirty little open secret that credit card issuers have offered millions of so-called “business” credit cards to consumers in an attempt to skirt new federal consumer protection laws that don’t apply to these cards. In an effort to change that, four U.S. senators this week sent a letter to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben