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How to Catch Sneaky Credit Card Charges


Hidden credit card charges cost consumers more then $14 million in 2012. Find out how to catch and eliminate hidden credit card charges.  

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Latest Credit Card News

Facebook's "Buy" button needs your credit card information, PenFed offers free FICO scores to cardholders, a potential Goodwill data breach, and other credit card news.

Should You Pay an Adult Child's Debt?

The decision to pay or not pay an adult child's debt isn't always an easy one. Weigh the pros and cons of helping and not helping your child pay off their debt.

How Soon Will I Find Out if My Credit Card Application is Approved?

When you put in a credit card application, you want to receive a decision as quickly as possible. While you may sometimes get a decision instantly, that's not always possible.

Text Message Credit Card Scams

Scammers may use text messages to steal your credit card information. Here are a few ways to quickly spot a text message credit card scam.

8 Reasons Your Credit Card May Be Declined

Your credit card may be declined for one of several reasons. Always carry a backup source of funding and contact your creditor to learn why your card was declined.

How to Remove Your Name From a Cosigned Loan

Find out how to remove your name from a cosigned loan, even if your name was forged on the loan.

How Many Credit Cards Is Too Many

Depending on who you ask, the best number of credit cards ranges from none to a wallet full of them. Here are the signs that you may have too many.

How to Get Extra Money to Get Out of Debt

Funding your debt plan might be hard if you depend on your current income. Here are some ways you can come up with extra money to get out of debt.

Tactics to Deal With Medical Debt

You have several options to deal with medical debt that you can't afford to pay in full. Explore your options to avoid filing bankruptcy.

What Information Goes on a Credit Card Application

Filling out a credit card application is fairly easy. Here's the information you can expect to enter on your application for a credit card.

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