A number of proposed reforms involving the U.S. debt-collection system may result in an ever-watchful eye on debt collectors from the federal government.
Back to school season is in full swing, and for college students, the dreaded purchase is the textbook.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump had claimed in April that he could eliminate the nation’s $19 million debt within eight years.
Bitfinex, a Hong Kong-based cryptocurrencies exchanged, said its site would be up and running in a reduced capacity within a couple of days so that users can log in and check their accounts out.
When a person faces debt – a tremendous amount of debt – they may turn to nonprofit credit counselors for help. However, credit counselors have peddled the well-known debt management plan, which isn’t a one-size fit all scenario.
Skimming Devices Found At Multiple Dallas Gas Pumps; Customers Urged To Be Vigilant About Credit/Bank Statements
Authorities in Dallas have found several sophisticated credit card skimming devices inside gas pumps – three times in roughly two weeks.
A Florida judge has ruled that bitcoins are not actual money. And, this ruling could increase the use of crypto-currency that’s been relatively elusive in the financial system.
Summer is coming to an end, and that means kids will be headed back to school. It also means parents must get their child’s back to school supplies. In order to help them, dozens of states are holding back to school tax-free weekends to assist them.
It’s been seven years since the Bank of England cut interest rates, but in response to the June 23 Brexit vote, the agency voted to cut interest rates. It will also bring back a broad stimulus program to keep the U.K economy from falling into a recession.
Many banks have sent their customers new credit cards with the chip installed it in an effort to improve security. However, computer researchers have discovered a flaw in the upgrade to these cards in the U.S.