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Joint credit cards may become a thing of the past

Written by Maryalene LaPonsie
Posted On: January 17, 2014

Ah, the married life. That (hopefully) happy state in which you and the one you love do everything together. In the financial world, there are certainly plenty of ways you and your spouse can manage your money hand-in-hand. You can buy a house together, open a joint checking account together and even buy life insurance together. [...]

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Chase says: 'Tis the season to end hunger

Written by Maryalene LaPonsie
Posted On: December 14, 2012

It's the season of giving, and it's not just consumers who are donating to their favorite charities. Chase recently announced it is doubling its donations to the AARP Foundation to assist in the Drive to End Hunger. The current promotion marks the second time the AARP Visa Card from Chase has doubled its donations in 2012. [...]

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Some credit card issuers waive late fees for Hurricane Irene victims

Written by Geoff Williams
Posted On: August 31, 2011

Banks show their Good Samaritan side as they have often done in the past when disaster strikes. [...]

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Chase phases out debit card rewards ahead of proposed fee cap

Written by Michele Lerner
Posted On: March 25, 2011

While the final ruling from the Federal Reserve is not expected until April 2011, financial institutions are already making changes in anticipation of a cap on debit card swipe fees.   [...]

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Advanta Credit Cards Closed for Business

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Posted On: May 13, 2009

Advanta credit card customers must find other ways to finance their small businesses, starting June 10th. Reacting to mounting losses from credit defaults, company officials decided to close down all of the firm's outstanding credit lines. In a press release, the company indicated that it took the move in advance of a June deadline that [...]

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Chase No Longer Increases Rates Based on Credit-Bureau Information

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Posted On: March 4, 2008

Chase is no longer increasing the rates of cardmembers based on their credit-bureau information as of March 1, 2008. Consumer advocates have long decried the controversial industry practice commonly known as universal default, under which a customer’s rate could be automatically raised based on a single late payment to another creditor. And, although Chase ceased practicing [...]

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Citibank and Chase Adopt More Consumer Friendly Credit Card Policies

Written by Heshan Demel
Posted On: March 21, 2007

Citibank recently announced that they would be eliminating the controversial universal default clause from all of their accounts. At the same time, Citi announced that is also eliminating “any time for any reason” increases to the rates and fees of its customers’ accounts. Traditionally, credit card issuers have taken the position that they can increase rates [...]

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Chase Doesn't Eliminate Cap on All Credit Card Balance Transfer Offers Afterall

Written by CardRatings.com
Posted On: March 30, 2006

Reading the fine print is not always as easy as it sounds, so we at CardRatings.com like to do some of the work for you. In my recent article Chase Changes their Credit Card Terms—A Lesson in Reading the Fine Print I brought to our readers’ attention some changes in Chase’s terms and conditions, but [...]

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