Posted by administrator | 27/06/12 | Tagged Credit Card

News from Chicago Tribune:

 These are nationally available credit cards offering the lowest interest rates on purchases as of June 27. If you typically pay off the entire balance monthly, look for a zero-annual fee card that allows the most interest-free or grace days. Some cards listed below feature special introductory or "teaser" rates for a specified time before regular rates apply.  Additional fees and residency restrictions may apply. Rates are subject to change. Rebates and other benefits may be available.
 National avg.  APRs as of June 27     Standard   Gold    Platinum
                       8.20        8.88    12.75

Low APR Standard Cards

                               Reg.  Ann.  Grace Intro
 Card Name                 Phone         APR(%) Fee($  )Days APR/mos
 1  First Federal Card                  (843)529-5800  07.15    0  25   na
 2  IberiaBank Visa(R) Classic Card     (800)968-0801  07.25    0  25   na
 3  First Federal CashBack ScoreCard    (843)529-5963  08.15    0  25   na
 4  Simmons First Visa(R) Classic       (800)272-2102  10.25    0  25   na

Low APR Premium Cards

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Holds on debit cards can derail travel plan of spending wisely
News from USA TODAY:

Who wants to return from vacation this summer to a stack of credit card bills? I know; it’s sort of like asking who wants to stay one more night in a motel room with more than a hint of mildew.

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Plenty of people are packing their debit cards instead of credit cards as the plastic of choice this summer because they want to avoid digging themselves deeper into debt.

Consumers need to watch for fast curves in the road, though, when it comes to using debit cards on vacation. There can be onerous holds placed on your cash, unwanted ATM fees and even debit-card-related fraud.

  • STORY: College deals for student ID debit cards draw criticism

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FBI sting nabs about 24 alleged online credit card scammers

Posted by administrator | 27/06/12 | Tagged Credit Card

FBI sting nabs about 24 alleged online credit card scammers
News from Los Angeles Times:

U.S. and international law enforcement officials arrested dozens of suspects around the world in what they called the largest ever such action against online credit card scammers.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation said that the two-year investigation resulted in close to 24 arrests Tuesday for crimes related to alleged theft, sale and illicit use of credit card information.  The FBI said that these so called “carding” crimes often include hackers stealing credit card data from bank and retail databases and selling it to fraudsters and counterfeiters.

Investigators uncovered 411,000 compromised credit and debit card numbers, they said, adding that they believed the bust prevented economic losses of more than $ 200 million.

“Hackers and fraudsters cannot count on being able to prowl the Internet in anonymity and with impunity, even across national boundaries,” Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement. “Clever computer criminals operating behind the supposed veil of the Internet are still subject to the long arm of the law.”

The report reads like a book report on a cyber-mystery novel, with colorful hacker names including “xViscera…………… continues on Los Angeles Times

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Police hope credit card use leads to arrest of auto burglar
News from KLTV:


Tyler Police are hoping the quick usage of a stolen credit card will lead to the arrest of an auto burglar or group of auto burglars.

Tuesday morning at 10:30, two women went to exercise at Rose Rudman Park in Tyler. They left their car, locked, with valuables in the trunk.

When they returned 30 minutes later, the back window of the car had been smashed.

The owner of the car, Denesha Session, says she thought she’d done everything right, by leaving her valuables out of plain sight.

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