Credit Card Technology: 2013 and Beyond

Posted by administrator | 02/01/13 | Tagged Credit Card

Credit Card Technology: 2013 and Beyond
News from Fox Business:

Since the prediction about the Mayan calendar fizzled, let’s take a look at some predictions we laid out in an article last year titled Credit card technology: 2012 and beyond. Our forecasts (pinched, as always, from expert specialists) for how credit card use might evolve hopefully proved to be a bit more on target.

Credit Card Technology: 2013 and Beyond

And we — or, rather, those experts — didn’t do too badly. All the technologies we explored remain on track to make it big:

  1. The four big payment networks have each published a road map for rolling out across the United States EMV, the chip-and-PIN and chip-and-signature technology.
  2. Offers from your credit card companies sent directly to your smartphone and based on your precise geographical location (a particular aisle in Walmart, say) edge ever closer.
  3. Mobile wallets and other ways to pay from your credit card account using your smartphone, tablet or similar device are already beginning to take off.

Mobile payments

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Credit Card Tips for 2013

Posted by administrator | 02/01/13 | Tagged Credit Card Debt

Credit Card Tips for 2013
News from wmbb:

On your 2013 New Year’s resolution list you may be planning to make changes to your personal finances.  If you automatically use credit cards, you might consider options before you make that next purchase.  Details in this News 13 Problem Solver report.

For many of us buying something, whether it be gasoline or thousands of other items, means pulling out a card.

Credit cards have long been a way of life.  But, it may be time to get better control of your credit status.

Here are tips to consider for the new year from bankrate.com.

  • First, know your credit.  The state of your credit will determine what card you can get. If you have good to great credit (720 and above), you’ll likely qualify for numerous rewards cards that cater to your personal tastes.
  • Next, read the fine print.  The details of a credit card’s agreement will help you compare it to others such as the annual percentage rate for purchases, balance transfers, etc.
  • Ignore flattering marketing.  Don’t believe it.   Many issuers will send out “special invitations” to apply for a credit card, or they’ll tell you that you’re “pre selected” for a credit card.
  • Don’t overspend for sign-up bonuses.  Those sign-up bonuses are hardly free. Most come with spending requirements that encour…………… continues on wmbb

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Credit Card Tips for 2013

Posted by administrator | 02/01/13 | Tagged Credit Card Debt

Credit Card Tips for 2013
News from wmbb:

On your 2013 New Year’s resolution list you may be planning to make changes to your personal finances.  If you automatically use credit cards, you might consider options before you make that next purchase.  Details in this News 13 Problem Solver report.

For many of us buying something, whether it be gasoline or thousands of other items, means pulling out a card.

Credit cards have long been a way of life.  But, it may be time to get better control of your credit status.

Here are tips to consider for the new year from bankrate.com.

  • First, know your credit.  The state of your credit will determine what card you can get. If you have good to great credit (720 and above), you’ll likely qualify for numerous rewards cards that cater to your personal tastes.
  • Next, read the fine print.  The details of a credit card’s agreement will help you compare it to others such as the annual percentage rate for purchases, balance transfers, etc.
  • Ignore flattering marketing.  Don’t believe it.   Many issuers will send out “special invitations” to apply for a credit card, or they’ll tell you that you’re “pre selected” for a credit card.
  • Don’t overspend for sign-up bonuses.  Those sign-up bonuses are hardly free. Most come with spending requirements that encour…………… continues on wmbb

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Cops seek suspect in stolen-credit-card use

Posted by administrator | 02/01/13 | Tagged Credit Card

Cops seek suspect in stolen-credit-card use
News from Newsday (subscription):

Photo credit: SCPD | Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Second Squad detectives are seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating the person police said used a stolen credit card at two pharmacies on Route 25 in Huntington. (Dec. 6, 2012)

Crime Stoppers and Second Squad detectives are looking for a woman who used a…………… continues on Newsday (subscription)

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Police Search for Stolen Credit Card Suspects
News from Cleveland News – Fox 8:

Posted on: 9:58 pm, January 1, 2013, by Suzanne Stratford, updated on: 10:12pm, January 1, 2013

LORAIN, Ohio — Police are searching for three people suspected of stealing a woman’s credit cards and then going on a shopping spree.

Elsie Velazquez had forgotten the credit cards inside her vehicle, tucked beneath the garage door opener.

The car was parked in her driveway on Appleseed Dr. on the Westside of Lorain near Amherst.

She thinks she may have also accidently left her door unlocked.

The next day, when she got into the car to go to work it appeared fine, except for a piece of paper lying on the passenger’s seat.

But she didn’t think much of it at the time.

That is until the banks began calling her saying the credit cards had been maxed out in a very short amount of time.

Two men and a woman were caught on surveillance video at the Walmart and Super Kmart on Leavitt Rd.

They spent about $ 1,000 on one credit card and an additional $ 400 on a second card.

“It’s scary that anybody can use anybody’s credit card,” said Elsie Velazquez, “These were guys and my name is a female name and nobody questioned them.”

…………… continues on Cleveland News – Fox 8

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