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AT&T

AT&T Changes The Way It Provides Customer Data Plans

AT&T is following Verizon’s example and is making some changes to its data plans.

Read more August 19, 2016

HEI Suffers Major Hack At Several Of Its Hotels

If anyone recently stayed at a major hotel chain in the last few months, they may want to look at their credit card statement.

Read more August 16, 2016
ATM  Fees

4 Surefire Ways To Avoid Costly ATM Withdrawal Fees

Most people don’t carry cash on them anymore. And, getting money from an out-of-network ATM could be quite costly. The fees they incur come from both the ATM’s bank and the customer’s bank.

Read more August 16, 2016
International Monetary Fund

IMF Warns China To Get Control Over Debt

The International Monetary Fund warned China the country needs to do something about its debt levels.

Read more August 16, 2016

American Drivers May Soon Pay More At The Pump

Drivers have been enjoying the cheap gas they’ve had for the last two years, but times may be changing. And, cheap gas may finally be over.

Read more August 16, 2016

Macy’s, Aeropostale, Others Closing Doors Amid Rough and Changing Retail Environment

The 2016 retail environment is facing a real challenge, and the latest store to announce it was closing some of its doors is Macy’s.

Read more August 15, 2016
Secured Credit Card

How The Unemployed Can Still Be Approved For A Credit Card

When you’re out of a job, you may not be thinking about a credit card. However, a credit card can give you a little bit of comfort and security. And, if this sounds like something you could use for yourself right now, you can apply and be approved for a credit card.

Read more August 15, 2016
American Airlines

Airline Company Now Offers Free Entertainment

American Airlines passengers are going to be able to pass the time binge watching their favorite TV show or movie. And, they can do this all for free.

Read more August 11, 2016
AT&T

AT&T Agrees To Pay $7.75M After Investigation Of Bogus Phone Charges

AT&T has been ordered to pay $7.75 million to conclude the FCC investigation, which began after complaints that the company included unlawful phone charges to its customers’ bills

Read more August 11, 2016

More Households Using Credit Cards But Debt Has Decreased Significantly

More people are using the credit card. During the second quarter, the total household debt increased to $12.3 trillion, up $35 billion. Two reasons for the increase: credit cards and auto loans.

Read more August 10, 2016
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