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Huntington Bank gives customers a Voice Written by Maryalene LaPonsie October 25, 2013 Saying it's the first of its kind in the nation, Huntington Bank recently rolled out a new credit card, dubbed Voice. Unlike other cards that are limited to being either a rewards credit card or a low-interest card, Voice combines both options. "At Huntington, our extensive research indicates that customers want to be empowered to design [...] Posted in: MasterCard Credit Card
Are credit cards starting to act like smartphones? Written by Geoff Williams November 30, 2012 Mobile phones have been trying to turn themselves into credit cards, but are credit cards now trying to become mobile phones? Well, perhaps that's overstating it a bit, but MasterCard just announced that next year, starting in January, they'll be putting on the market in Singapore, a credit card that looks a little like a phone. In [...] Posted in: MasterCard Credit Card
Is the new Duo Card a good deal? Written by Geoff Williams September 15, 2011 It's a credit card. No, it's a debit card. Or perhaps the more accurate way to put it is that it's a form of payment with a split personality. You'd think that someone would have developed this a decade or two ago, but, nope, the Duo MasterCard, from Fifth Third Bank, is America's first actual debit [...] Posted in: MasterCard Credit Card Rewards Credit Card
In Google's latest attempt to take over the world, it now has its own credit card. Written by Geoff Williams August 3, 2011 Google has often been given credit for revolutionizing how the Internet works, but now the giant search engine is giving its users credit. Yes, that's right, Google now has its own credit card. If you're a small business owner who frequently advertises on Google, and you haven't heard this yet, this may be helpful news for [...] Posted in: Low Rate Credit Cards Business Credit Card MasterCard Credit Card
Did WikiLeaks just take down MasterCard again? Written by Geoff Williams June 28, 2011 For a brief time on Tuesday, and for the second time within a year, MasterCard's website was apparently hacked by WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks, if you haven't been following the news, has created a lot of migraines for the United States, not to mention various companies, due to its penchant for revealing classified documents on its site for [...] Posted in: MasterCard Credit Card Identity Theft
WikiLeaks protest knocks credit card processors offline Written by
December 9, 2010
Regardless of your feelings about whether leaked government documents should be posted online, your credit card issuer's website could find itself at the heart of a conflict over freedom of expression. After American web hosting companies kicked WikiLeaks offline, the site's supporters attempted to solicit credit card donations to pay for offshore servers. Credit card [...] Posted in: MasterCard Credit Card
Mastercard Launches New Site to Help Consumers Eliminate Credit Card Debt Written by Mike Killian January 6, 2006 MasterCard has recently launched a consumer assistance site called Debt Know How. I found it not only loaded with great tips and information but a solid reference work for those in need of varying financial calculators. The site is divided into 6 parts: Debt Basics, Debt Warning Signs, Assess Your Debt, Know Your Credit [...] Posted in: Credit Card Debt / Settlement MasterCard Credit Card
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