Is it better to use points, cash back, or miles? When it comes to credit cards, all rewards are not created equal. With so many options out there, we wanted to know what’s the best deal. As sifting through her stuff, Jamie Tauer admitted to making what experts consider one of the biggest credit card mistakes of all.
Target Corp. says it has reached a deal to sell its entire consumer credit card business to TD Bank Group.
Roseville Police are seeking the public’s help in locating victims of a Rosedale Center food court restaurant credit and debit card skimming scheme.
The days of using quarters to plug the parking meter are coming to an end in the Twin Cities.
We use plastic so often, retailers are trying to speed up the process of swiping, approving and signing. So why is it that sometimes you have to sign and other times you don’t?
Target Corp. says it is temporarily suspending its efforts to sell the portfolio that handles the balances credit cardholders owe the company, but plans to resume the talks later this year.
You hail a taxi in Minneapolis and the cabbie won’t take a credit card. That won’t happen in the future following action by the Minneapolis City Council.
Visa card users will have to figure out a different way to pay for services in Hennepin County, as the county will no longer be taking their plastic.
A woman has been charged with stealing credit cards from Bethel College students and then using them to buy gift cards at various Twin Cities stores.
Back to school time is upon us. We usually think of little ones heading off to class, but there are lots of college kids who will be heading off to dorms and starting their lives as adults.
A UPS store in Apple Valley is credited with stopping a huge theft ring in the United States involving stolen credit card numbers.
A stronger credit-card business helped Target Corp.’s net income rise 2.7 percent in the first quarter, even as customers were cautious about buying because of higher gas and food prices.
For the last week, some video games have been unplugged –literally. Sony’s PlayStation Network was hacked and, in turn, taken down last Wednesday. Now, Sony says key security information may have been stolen, some players are mad, and others are worried.
As difficult as the recent recession has been, it’s taught many people some valuable financial lessons. Unfortunately, for many, the lessons learned came by way of a painful foreclosure, bankruptcy or a declining credit rating.
With the possible theft of millions of consumer email addresses from an advertising company, several large companies have started warning customers to expect fraudulent emails that try to coax account login information from them.