You may not realize it, but you probably can't sue your credit card company and other businesses you deal with. That may be ending. Here's why it matters.
Credit cards are a great way to pay for nearly everything while traveling, if used correctly and with caution.
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.
Paper or plastic? Here are eight reasons why credit cards beat cash (or debit cards) at the checkout line.
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.
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