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Banks have extended fee waivers on a host of financial products for victims of Superstorm Sandy, many through Wednesday.
Credit card companies are reaching out to their cardholders after Sandy leaves the Northeast wet and dark.
American Express is facing enforcement action from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and possibly the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over the way late fees were assessed on some of its charge cards, according to its annual filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition to credit cards, American Express offers charge cards that
If your to-do list is 10 items deep (at least), you’ve probably let one credit card payment slip through the cracks. Now Citi has a card for you. Like its name suggests, Citi Simplicity features no late fees, no penalty fees and one single interest rate for purchases, cash advances and balance transfers. That means