Hackers stealing millions of debit and credit card accounts from customers at Target has dominated the headlines. But what happens to all that stolen data?
Another woman has come forward saying someone stole credit cards from her purse while she was watching a movie at a local theater, and then went on a shopping spree on her dime.
Target says debit card PIN numbers may have, in fact, been stolen as part of a massive theft of debit and credit card information from customers who used their cards at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
A woman is accused of spending thousands of dollars at several stores in Cranberry Township with a stolen credit card.
You’re supposed to keep an eye on your credit score, but doing so costs money.
Sometimes it seems like there’s a free trial offer for everything.
State police need your help to identify a third suspect in the LA Fitness car break-ins in Hempfield Township.
State police are asking for help from the public to identify another suspect in the LA Fitness car break-ins in Westmoreland County.
Police are investigating a rash of robberies outside a local fitness center in Westmoreland County.
First Commonwealth Financial Advisors President & CEO and host of KDKA’s Moneytalk Rick Applegate joins KDKA’s Mike Pintek Thursday to discuss the new fees credit card companies may start charging on Monday, Feb. 4.
There are nine things you should always buy with plastic. Not only could it save you money, you actually might be able to even earn some money.
Everyone knows it’s rude to ask someone’s salary, but what some credit card companies are doing may be even worse – they’re guessing. A deep discount when you open a store credit card or a zero percent financing deal for a new living room. Lenders make decisions on thousands of these offers every day.
If you feel like you’re being inundated with credit card offers, you’re not imagining things. Before you are tempted to sign up, here is some important advice from Consumer Reports.
Every time a debit card is used to buy something, the retailer is charged a fee. It might be pennies on a cup of coffee, but it adds up to billions of dollars for the banks.
A standard practice by banks to cancel inactive accounts could cost consumers a lower credit score.