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Citi And PayPal Team Up To Offer New Payment Choices

If you’ve got a Citi card and a PayPal account, you’ll soon have more choices as to how you’ll pay for things. That’s because Citi and PayPal have partnered to allow Citi cardmembers to use ThankYou Points at any online merchant that accepts PayPal as a method of payment. This new capability is not slated to launch until 2018, but it’s still an exciting development, and it’s only one of …

August 10th, 2017


FICO Introduces New Anti-Fraud Solution

FICO Introduces New Anti-Fraud Solution

Many people have experienced the frustration of having their credit card hacked. You know the drill: you get a call, or a text, alerting you to possible fraudulent activity on your account. Or maybe you log into your account online and see that the balance isn’t what you expected, giving you quite a shock. Even if the fraud is stopped immediately and the money is refunded to you – …

July 5th, 2017


Small Business Optimism Up, According to American Express OPEN Survey

The 2017 American Express OPEN Small Business Monitor has good news: nearly three-fourths of small business owners (72%) think their business prospects are looking up, and feel the economy will be favorable over the next six months. This is a jump over last year, when only 64% had an optimistic outlook, and 2015, when 67% were feeling good about the economy and their business growth potential. Growing their businesses …

June 1st, 2017


Sheetz Introduces New and Improved Loyalty Card Program

If you have a Sheetz convenience store near you, you’ll want to make sure you’re signed up for its new loyalty card program, MySheetz Card. Family-owned Sheetz is one of America’s fastest growing convenience store chains, and their new loyalty card program gives consumers points for virtually every purchase they make in the store. Frequent customers will be able to obtain official Sheetz Freakz status. Registering their card online will …

April 29th, 2017


Certificate of Deposite News

A High-Yield Checking Account Can Generate 2% Interest for You

As reviewed in the study, there are 57 such high-yield checking accounts at credit unions and banks in the United States of America, offering an average percentage yield of 2.05% per annum. Despite of the fact that it is a drop as compared to the average percentage yield of 2.56% in the last year, it has beaten the 0.6% rate for most average interest-bearing checking accounts in the United States. …

February 21st, 2013


Checking Account News

Things that will help you determine if checking account is really meant for you

Most Americans today are having a hard time figuring out if they will place their income in a bank because they feel that they are not getting enough benefits from keeping their money there. This is where rewards checking accounts came in. In this type of checking account, some of the usual features that a checking account offer were retained, it’s just that they offer more features like paying higher …

July 31st, 2012



 

Money Market News

Experian Gives Small Businesses Greater Access to Credit

There’s good news for small business owners and entrepreneurs: Experian has enhanced its Small Business Credit Share program to give more comprehensive data and insights on companies’ credit worthiness, making it easier for small businesses to obtain credit. New scoring models, updated report features and formats, integration with Experian’s application and decision-making management platform, and a “risk dashboard” illustrating payment history, legal filings, fraudulent actions, and other behaviors associated with …

February 16th, 2016


Savings Account News

Banks Are Introducing Innovate Savings Schemes to Get More Customers

National banks as well as regional banks have started announcing new cash incentives and rewards for existing and new customers. A few new websites have come out with even prize programs similar to lottery schemes for those who save their money with them. Still, there is a genuine concern among consumers whether these rewards are really worth anything. A financial analyst pointed out that banks were offering iPods and other …

August 7th, 2012



 

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