Have you ever wondered how credit card numbers work? No? Well this infographic from Mint.com won’t be of interest to you then.
More on Google’s new service to email you the latest credit card rates, taken from their “comparison ads” which appear when searching for certain terms.
Google is risking treading on more of its advertisers toes by offering email alerts to let you know of changes in credit card rates.
American Express has gone to the top of the iPhone finance app chart with its own app to help you manage your AMEX credit cards.
Mobile credit card reader Square has hit another snag: it has problems with the iPhone 4.
How much do you reckon fraudsters would have to pay to get their hands on your stolen credit card data?
This is an interesting (and brave) move by American Express. They’ve partnered with location service Foursquare to produce Social Currency, an iPhone app that lets users share details about items they wish to purchase, or have purchased.
Egg have sent out an email to their customers detailing changes they’re making to prevent unauthorised transactions.
Google have been tinkering with a credit card comparison tool on their search results pages for a while, and they’ve now started to promote these “comparison ads” alongside their other sponsored links.
The Independent reports that the Government is planning on setting up a website to help credit card users compare their cards.