Confusing my credit card with my debit card at the ATM is going to cost me.
Americans recently lost more than $10 million to bogus credit card charges from a single ring of scam artists.
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Consumer groups are worried that banks are finding clever ways around new regulations designed to protect credit card customers.
Finding ways to use them can be a challenge when you buy them in $250 increments.
Analysis finds that 80% of Americans can't read well enough to understand the average credit card agreement.
A new study says credit card fees and rewards are subsidized by consumers who pay with cash, including low-income folks. Is that fair?
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