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How To Start Your Excellent Credit History From Scratch

[Thursday, February 28th, 2019]

Nowadays, credit cards are a necessary thing almost for everyone. Some people even cannot imagine their life without them. But also, there are people who only at the beginning of the way. So, what do you have to do to get the first credit card? Let’s consider the information which can be useful for beginners. […]

Even Aims To Improve Americans’ Financial Health

[Thursday, August 9th, 2018]

People who struggle to stay afloat financially can benefit from the services offered by a new venture called Even, which is expanding its offerings thanks to a new round of $40 million in funding.

Danger: Co-Signing Loans Can Hurt Your Credit

[Thursday, June 16th, 2016]

People who struggle with no credit, bad credit, or limited credit often try to figure out what went wrong to put their credit in the red zone. It could have been a divorce, a job loss, an illness with unexpected medical costs, or some other unpleasant circumstance. But something else that puts many people on a bad path, credit-wise, is co-signing on a loan. and Barclaycard Extend Credit Agreement

[Thursday, November 5th, 2015]

Barclaycard US will continue to issue the co-branded credit card for another year, in a recently announced extension of their longstanding partnership.

CFPB Urges Greater Access to Credit in Rural Areas

[Wednesday, February 25th, 2015]

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), in an effort to help people in underserved communities secure mortgages, has proposed changes to some of its regulations. They are focusing especially on rural areas, where small lenders may have difficulty complying with current federal guidelines.

Banking Fees Top Movers’ Worry List

[Tuesday, July 29th, 2014]

Moving is a stressful event, right up there with death and divorce. One of the most stressful things is deciding where to set up a new bank account.

Bad Financial Decisions Plague 8 out of 10 People

[Saturday, January 4th, 2014]

When it comes to making poor decisions, finances top the list for the vast majority of people.
A poll conducted by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) in November shows that people are much more confident in decisions they make concerning their marriages, jobs and health, compared with their financial choices.

Data breaches give rise to fraud

[Wednesday, June 19th, 2013]

A record number of data breaches in 2012 led to thousands of customers’ personal information being leaked, according to a report by Javelin Strategy and Research.

Worried about the limited credit history? – Cards you can still sign up for

[Saturday, July 30th, 2011]

Gone are the days when customers with limited and no credit history had to worry about the availability of credit cards that can help them build a good credit history. With the recession becoming a thing of the past, many banks are now willing to open their doors to people with limited history and offer credit cards with favorable terms.

Cards that bring smiles to faces of people with limited credit history

[Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011]

The recession has taught a critical lesson to all financial institutions and made them realize the importance of being prudent while issuing credit cards and subprime loans and mortgages. Though most banks are being careful while issuing credit cards, there are a few banks that are willing to offer them to people with limited or no credit history as well. While this may seem to be a big risk, the banks also earn good revenue on these credit cards.