Curtis Arnold
Curtis Arnold, Editor-in-Chief
Joe Taylor
Joe Taylor Jr., Reporter
Amber Stubbs
Amber Stubbs, Managing Editor

Chase Bank Credit Cards

  • Everything you need to know about EMV credit cards

    Your bank or credit union offers "smart" credit cards embedded with an EMV chip. Banks tout these microchip-equipped cards as being more secure, boasting the technology to reduce unauthorized purchases and counterfeit credit cards. And when you travel across the globe? Merchants might not accept your standard magnetic-strip-powered U.S. credit card. But they will gladly [...]

  • Best credit cards with no foreign transaction fees

    When credit cards emerged as a viable replacement for cash in the middle of the 20th century, travelers had already developed an elaborate ritual for overseas visits. If you planned ahead, you could order foreign notes from your bank. Otherwise, companies like American Express could issue travelers' checks in foreign currency. Last minute travelers often [...]

  • Chase boosts British Airways Visa offer with 100,000 bonus miles

    Editor's Note:  This limited-time offer has expired and is no longer available.  British Airways and Chase Card Services just raised their bets in the bidding war over high-spending international travelers. Sign up for the British Airways Visa Signature Card during April 2011, and you'll earn one of the biggest frequent flier bonuses in banking history: 100,000 [...]

  • Introducing Blueprint from JP Morgan Chase

    Would you consider a credit card that allows cardholders to select special financing terms for individual purchases? Yes, you read that correctly. Chase Blueprint from JP Morgan Chase lets customers design their own plan to handle all aspects of credit card transactions. Phil Christian, Senior Vice President of Chase Credit Card Services, was asked to elaborate [...]