Arkansas Woman Admits Using County Money To Buy Dog TuxedoA former administrative assistant to an Arkansas county official has pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a credit card after prosecutors accused her of using public money to buy personal items, including a tuxedo for her pet pug.
You Should Almost Never Close A Credit Card -- Here's WhyIt seems like common sense: Closing a credit card reduces the possibility of more debt, so that should help your credit score, right? Not so fast.
Visa Looking To Help Small Businesses Go CashlessVisa is looking to push more small businesses into updating their digital payment technology, offering up to $10,000 each to 50 U.S.-based small business owners that are committed to going cashless.
Google Helps Advertisers Track Spending In Physical StoresGoogle already monitors online shopping — and now it's keeping an eye on physical stores to try to sell more digital advertising.
Study: ID Fraud Up Since Security Chips Put Into PlayIt’s a tiny chip that elicits big opinions.
Bank At Wells Fargo? Here Are 4 Things You Should Do SoonAttention, Wells Fargo customers: It's time to sit down and make sure no funny business went on with your accounts.
MasterCard Faces $18.6 Billion UK Lawsuit Over FeesMasterCard is being sued for $18.6 billion in Britain for allegedly charging excessive fees on millions of transactions over a 16-year period.
Adele Says Her Credit Card Was Declined At H&MAdele may be one of pop music's biggest stars, but she says her fame and fortune didn't prevent her credit card from being declined at an H&M store.
Father Says Pre-Paid Debit Card Company Targeted SonA North Texas father is furious after he says a pre-paid debit card company targeted his teenage son.
Home Depot: Credit Card Firms Slow To Upgrade SecurityThe Home Depot Inc. says in a new federal lawsuit that Visa and MasterCard are using security measures prone to fraud, putting it and other retailers at risk of hacking attacks by cyber thieves.
Florida Bank Issues First U.S. Credit Card For Use In CubaA small Florida bank will issue the first U.S. credit card intended for use in Cuba. That could make it easier for Americans to travel and work on an island largely cut off from the U.S. financial system.
Visa Working To Improve Checkout Times For Chip CardsVisa said that it is improving its chip-embedded cards, which have been the source of grumbling from businesses and customers forced to wait longer for transactions to go through.