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Venmo Launches Its First Credit Card, Offering Up to 3% Cash Back, Personalized Rewards

Venmo Launches Its First Credit Card, Offering Up to 3% Cash Back, Personalized Rewards

Last October, Venmo announced it would launch its first credit card sometime in 2020. Today, the PayPal-owned company is making good on those promises with the debut of the Venmo Credit Card, initially rolling out to select customers.

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Indisputable: More Credit Card Disputes

Indisputable: More Credit Card Disputes

As if rising credit card risks and accounting changes under Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) bring gloom to quarterly reporting, the industry must also watch for an increase in disputed payments, as the American Banker reports in today’s read.

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Credit Card Lending: Fair Is Foul and Foul Is Fair

Credit Card Lending: Fair Is Foul and Foul Is Fair

Act 1, Scene 1 of Shakespeare’s Macbeth comes to mind when considering the challenge of credit card lenders today, as three witches chant about the unclarity of what is good and evil. An article in today’s WSJ talks about how lenders “pulled back sharply on lending” because they can’t tell who is creditworthy anymore.

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10 Credit Card Words You Should Understand

Do you know these important credit card terms? If not, you might not understand what you’re paying to use your credit card. The world of credit cards is filled with technical-sounding terms. You’ll come across them when youre looking for a new credit card. You’ll see them in the terms and conditions of the cards […]

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Teach Kids the Value of Cash … With a Parent-Controlled Spending Card

Teach Kids the Value of Cash … With a Parent-Controlled Spending Card

The world is becoming plastic. Many businesses only accept cards now, not cash, a trend so ubiquitous that cities including Philadelphia, New York, Chicago and Washington, D.C., have all recently considered or passed bans on and fines for going cashless.

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How Often Should I Use My Credit Card?

How Often Should I Use My Credit Card?

Depending on the issuer, your credit card could be closed after just three months of inactivity. By Casey Bond, Contributor |March 14, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. How Often Should I Use My Credit Card? You probably know the importance of using your credit card within responsible limits and paying the bill on time every month.

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Cred Is Testing UPI Payments to Make Credit Card Payments: Kunal Shah

Cred Is Testing UPI Payments to Make Credit Card Payments: Kunal Shah

Kunal Shah said UPI testing in Cred is in early days Cred has raised 25 Mn in funding till now Cred has tie-ups with more than 34 banks in India Three months old fintech startup – Cred – is currently testing Unified Payments Interface (UPI)-based digital mode of payments to allow its users to pay […]

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More Restaurants Go Cashless, Take Only Cards and Other Payment Forms

More Restaurants Go Cashless, Take Only Cards and Other Payment Forms

If you’re craving the Serrano Grilled Shrimp Bowl at the Tender Greens salad chain, don’t bother bringing cash.

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Debt-Conscious Millennials Threat to Credit Cards

Debt-Conscious Millennials Threat to Credit Cards

Millennials have been accused of disrupting many industries, from newspapers to brick-and-mortar stores. Credit cards appear to be next in line. Just one out of three millennials carries plastic, acco

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