Credit Card News by Jill Jaracz

Jill Jaracz is the writer for the Credit Card News section of our website. Jill Jaracz is a freelance writer who's published articles on consumer finance, identity, authentication and consumer goods and services for outlets such as NFC News, Third Factor, How Stuff Works and Content That Works. Prior to becoming a freelance writer, Jill spent a decade as a researcher at The Boston Consulting Group. View her portfolio at

Credit Card News Archives

Proposed Regulation Would Ease Ability for Stay-at-Home Spouses and Partners to Get Credit Cards
Week-long Awareness Campaign Spotlights Identity Theft
Keep Watch on Credit History with Free Reports
Buy coupons, accept credit cards: Groupon adds more services
USAA Adds More Military-Based Credit Cards
Discover Card Agrees to Refunds
Cards with Training Wheels
Teaching Your Children About Credit
Teaching Teens About Credit: Knowledge is Power
Credit Cards, American Express Satisfying More Customers
Capital One Ordered to Pay Refunds to Select Cardholders
Rewards Barometer: Credit Card Users Not Using Rewards this Vacation
Google Expands Its Mobile Wallet
Citi and Hilton Give Road Warriors New Rewards Card
Bank of America Starts Rolling Out EMV Cards
Neiman Marcus Discovers Another Credit Card
The Nuts and Bolts of Credit Counselors
American Express Unveils Its EMV Plans
Maximize Credit Card Rewards with the Wallaby Card
Credit Card Complaints Now Public
Feds Arrest Hacker Responsible for Victimizing Thousands of Credit Card Holders
Have a Smart Phone? You Too Can Accept Credit Cards
Card Gives Virtual Rewards When You Spend Real Cash
Consumers Know More About Credit Scores, but Knowledge Gaps Still Prove Costly
New Guide Takes Mystery out of Prepaid Cards
Contactless Credit Cards Could Encourage Spending
Chase and LivingSocial Offer a Deal of a Card
Women Pay More Than Men for Credit Cards, Study Finds
Springtime Means New Bonuses for Popular Rewards Cards
Convenience Stores Pass Credit Card Fees on to Consumers
Discover Expands Internationally, Sets EMV Mandate
American Express Cardholders Can Tweet for Savings
Contactless Payments: The Faster Way to Pay
MasterCard Offers "Priceless" City Experiences
Plain Vanilla Cards Pack a Big Punch
Scrap the Plastic: A New Way to Pay is Coming
Americans' Financial Situation Improving - Not Out of the Woods
True Romance is About Discussing Finances
FTC Action Stops Fake Credit Card Telemarketing Operation
MasterCard Lays Out EMV Roadmap
Sovereign Bank Launches a "Sphere" of a Simplified Card
New Year Starts with Mixed News on Credit Defaults
Suze Orman Pushes Prepaid Card
Citibank Makes Rewards Program Social
It's Never Too Early to Teach Children About Credit Cards
New Services Offer Loyalty Programs Through Credit Cards
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Launches Card Agreement Simplification Project
Credit Card Users Focus on Product Benefits, Not Cost, Says New Survey
Spend Wisely this Holiday Season
EMV Chip Technology Continues to Spread in the U.S.
Interested In Calculating Interest?
Credit Card Numbers: Random Digits, or a Secret Code?
Consumers Feel Card Companies Treat Them Better, Finds Study
Traveling? Be Sure to Tell Your Credit Card Company
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Seeks Consumer Input
Don't Be an Identity Thief's Easy Target
Credit Cards: Know the Lingo
Rebuild Credit with a Secured Card
Affinity Cards Create Positive Impact
Demystifying the Credit Score
Giving it the Old College Try - Does Your College Credit Card Benefit Your Alma Mater?
Fifth Third Bank Launches Combined Credit and Debit Card - The Duo Card
Survey Shows Consumers More Satisfied with Their Credit Cards
A Sign of Better Times? Fed Reports Show Consumers, Banks Embracing Credit Again
Discover's Spend Analyzer Helps Manage Your Money
Why You Can't Always Pay at the Pump
EMV Chip Cards Hit U.S.