This Week In Credit Card News: Costco’s Card Switch Has Paid Off; Beware Of Healthcare Data Breaches

A Costco Wholesale warehouse location in Woodbridge, Virginia, January 5, 2016. (SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) Costco’s Big Credit Card Bet Has Paid Off Costco made a move in June 2016 that could have caused a massive disruption in its business. The company completed a plan to drop American read more.

This Week In Credit Card News: Yet Another Yahoo Breach; Do You Hide Bank Accounts From Your Spouse?

Why 12 Million of You Hide Credit Cards From Your Spouse If you’re willing to conceal a credit card and make big purchases your spouse doesn’t know about, what other secrets are you willing to keep? If you want a great way to erode trust between you and your spouse, financial read more.

This Week In Credit Card News: 58% Abandon Mobile Purchases Before Checkout; Credit Card Sunglasses?

58% Abandon Mobile Transactions Before Checkout It’s not surprising that consumers around the world are using their smartphones to make purchases. However, while an overwhelming number of people have made a mobile purchase, the majority have not finalized a purchase they started. More than read more.

This Week In Credit Card News: Card Thieves Move To Online Transactions; New Threats To ATM Security

Credit Card Thieves Move Online As Chips Thwart In-Store Fraud The adoption of credit card chip technology by retailers in the United States is having an unintended consequence: Criminals are moving from brick-and-mortar stores to the internet. The use of stolen card data to pay for merchandise read more.

This Week In Credit Card News: How 2017 Credit Card Trends Affect You; Apple Pay Grew 50% Last Year

4 Credit Card Trends for 2017 and What They Mean for You In 2016, high-end credit cards attracted a lot of attention with generous rewards and perks. But this year, issuers are going back to basics – and perhaps charging you more in the process. Here are four credit card industry trends read more.