Demi Moore’s credit card allegedly swiped by man who spent $169G

Demi Moore was targeted in a credit-card scam in which a man spent $ 169,000 using her information, federal prosecutors charged.

A man named David Matthew Read allegedly found a way to request a new card for Moore by claiming in March that her’s had gone missing, TMZ reported, citing a complaint…

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Chase is eliminating these big credit card benefits as of August 26

Credit card companies are taking a hatchet to their benefits for customers — and there’s no end in sight, with the latest announcement from one of the nation’s biggest issuers.

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Chase gets ready to eliminate Price Protection and Return Protection

Effective August 26, Chase will no longer offer Price Protection or Return Protection to its customers. Some customers were informed of the change over the weekend.

Price Protection is a beloved benefit that’s available across several card networks. In general, it promises to refund the difference in price between an item you buy and an advertised sale price that may pop up on that same item anytime between 60 and 90 days down the road.

Chase’s competitor Citi announced just days ago that they’d be paring down their proprietary price protection program called Citi Price Rewind.

But Chase is going one step further than Citi did and axing its version of price protection completely.

Also being shut down at Chase is Return Protection, which makes it up to customers if they buy something they’re unhappy with and the merchant refuses to take it back and refund their money. Chase currently offers up to $ 250 for each eligible item with a $ 1,000 annual maximum as part of its current return protection policy — but all you’ll get is a big, fat goose egg come August 26!

Yet as Chase taketh away, the card issuer also giveth. Cardholders of select products such as the Chase Freedom Visa Platinum will have Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance added to their card on August 26.

Beginning on that date, the added coverage will provide reimbursement of up to $ 1,500 per person and $ 6,000 per trip for pre-paid, non-refundable passenger fares. To meet the criteria to get the money, your trip must be canceled or cut short by sickness, severe weather or other covered situations.

Money expert Clark Howard has long recommended trip insurance for cruises and for when you’re going to be touring or traveling on a trip that requires prepayment of thousands of dollars.

So on the plus side, Chase’s addition of cancellation/interruption insurance for some customers could negate the need for them to buy third-party trip insurance. Just be sure you read through Chase’s policy carefully to see what it covers and what it excludes before deciding to forego traditional trip insurance you might buy elsewhere.

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Credit card rewards may stop existing soon

The days of credit card users getting just about anything and everything in rewards are over, as issuers gird for choppy earnings. “There’s no question that banks are concerned about the credit card rewards arms race eating into their profits,” said Matt Schulz, an analyst with CreditCards.com. “Credit card issuers are grappling with an uneasy…
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Macy’s Rolls Out New Rewards, and You Don’t Need a Credit Card to Join


Shoppers who don’t want to open yet another credit card to access store rewards have a new option at Macy’s.

The department store announced this month that the Star Rewards program now includes a bronze level that all shoppers can access, regardless of their method of payment.

Bronze-level members are eligible for Star Money Days, special offers and mysterious birthday surprises. Star Money Days allow customers to earn bonus points on their purchases. Earn 1,000 points and redeem them for $ 10 in Star Money, which can be used without merchandise exclusions for 30 days.

Customers can enroll online, in stores or through the Macy’s app.

Is Bronze Star Rewards Macy’s Replacement for Plenti?

Macy’s announcement comes shortly after the news that rewards program Plenti is ending this summer. Macy’s was one of the initial partners in the program, which allowed shoppers who earned 1,000 points at any Plenti retailer to exchange them for $ 10 at a participating store of their choice. Macy’s dropped out of the Plenti program this spring.

American Express services both Plenti and Macy’s credit cards. The silver, gold and platinum rewards levels are reserved for credit card users, who receive discounts, free shipping and other rewards depending on their spending level.  

Macy’s announced in January that it would close 11 stores. Since 2015, the chain has closed more than 120 locations, CNBC reports.

The company has been adding Macy’s Backstage discount departments to existing stores — and a few standalone locations — since 2015.

Lisa Rowan is a senior writer covering the retail and grocery industries at The Penny Hoarder.

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Dynamo stuns with card tricks backstage at Haye v Bellew boxing match as he battles Chron’s disease and arthritis

MAGIC man Dynamo performed some stunning card tricks backstage at the Haye v Bellew boxing match.

The incredible illusionist recently admitted he had been struggling to work as he battles Chron’s disease and arthritis.

Dynamo performs card tricks for Chris Eubank Jnr and pals backstage at the Haye v Bellew fight on Saturday
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But he proved he still has the magic touch on Saturday night as he showed off his mind-bending skills to Chris Eubank Jnr at the O2 Arena in London after the glamour bout.

He was also pictured posing with Spider-Man and Avengers Infinity War star, Tom Holland.

Pictures showed him flinging cards into the air and performing a tricky shuffle manoeuvre.

Last week he was spotted out walking with his wife for the first time since opening up on his health issues.

Dynamo – real name Steven Frayne – was pictured with a severely swollen face after having treatment for condition which is a type of inflammatory bowel disease.

The illusionist looked lively despite his recent battles with Chron’s disease and arthritis
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Dynamo posing at the O2 Arena with Spider-Man star Tom Holland
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The magician proved he has still got the magic touch as he wowed fans with tricks
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He later told his fans he’d been rushed to hospital last summer after contracting food poisoning and admitted he was still struggling now.

Despite being in crippling pain, 34-year-old Dynamo looked content as he was spotted running errands with wife Kelly.

Since going to hospital last summer, Dynamo has also developed arthritis due to complications with the condition.

The debilitating pain left him unable to shuffle cards when the arthritis took hold of his body – affecting all his joints in body including his toes, knees, neck, ankle and even his hands.

He even feared he might not be able to perform his sensational illusions again.


He told his fans: “That really sucks as a magician when you can’t shuffle a pack of cards because you’re in so much pain.

“I’m working with doctors to do everything in my power to get 100 per cent.”

The magician had to have half his stomach removed at 17 years old when he was diagnosed with the incurable condition.


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Most Credit Card Companies Will Get Rid Of Your Fees If You Simply Ask

It’s easy to get rid of credit card fees. All you have to do is simply ask, according to a new CreditCards.com report. The terms of one’s credit card, which most people do not read, may be in black and white, but the newly released survey found that those terms aren’t set in stone. Looking to reverse a late fee, increase your credit limit, reduce your interest rate or even skip paying an annual fee, the survey found that when one asks, the credit card company is highly likely to say yes.

The report found that 84% of major credit card holders who asked for a late fee waiver were successful the most recent time they requested and 56% who asked for a lower interest rate got one. Seventy percent of participants in the survey were able to get an annual fee lowered or eliminated.

“The competition for credit card customers among banks has been increasing, and that puts customers in a stronger negotiating position,” says Alex Johnson, director of solution marketing at FICO. “The lesson is, it never hurts to ask. The worst thing that can happen is they say ‘no.’”

So Why Aren’t More People Asking:

Simply put, lack of knowledge, the survey found. For one, many just don’t know that it’s an option. The survey of 1,589 adults in the U.S. found that 60% of cardholders have requested at least one of the listed perks. Only 43% of credit card holders have asked for a higher credit limit.

The most popular request was for an increase in credit limit; the request for an annual fee waiver, the rarest request, was requested by just 18% of the participants.

Millennials Are More Likely To Be Affected:

Compared to other generations in the survey, millennials and Gen Xers had the highest percentages saying they weren’t aware that they could ask for each type of request.

About 1 in 3 millennials who didn’t ask for an interest rate reduction said they didn’t know that they could make such requests, while 1 in 5 said the same thing about a credit limit increase.

The survey found that millennials and Gen Xers are especially likely to be in the dark. Compared to other generations, they had the highest percentages saying they didn’t know they could ask for each type of request. While baby boomers and members of the silent generation in the survey said they didn’t ask because they were happy with the terms of their cards.

Poll findings:

The poll surveyed 1,589 adults in the United States who currently are credit card holders. They were asked if they ever attempted to reach out to their card issuer to either waive or reduce a card’s annual fee, reverse a late payment fee, lower a credit card’s interest rate or raise a card’s credit limit. The number of cardholders who make such requests is small, even though the survey shows that when you ask, you have a good chance of getting what you want.

The survey found that:

85% who asked received a higher credit limit.
84% who asked got a late fee waived.
70% who asked had an annual fee waived or lowered.
56% who asked got a lower interest rate (APR).

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What is a ‘good’ credit card?

Asking the question, “What is a good credit card?” is kind of like asking “What is a good car?” as the answer will always depend on who you are and what you are using it for. A good car for a large family might be a minivan, while a compact might be the right car for solo commuter.

So let’s look at a few of the different types of credit card users and get a sense for what a “good” credit card would be for each.

People who are new to credit cards

Students, young adults, recent immigrants and anyone else who is new to credit cards will have different needs than others who have been using them for many years. First, you’ll want a simple card with low rates and fees, as your goal will be to learn how to use a credit card responsibly while incurring as few costs as possible.

You might start with the place where you already hold a checking or savings account. Nearly every bank and credit union offers credit cards, and most will have a simple card with no annual fee and no rewards. And when you need to make a payment, it’s simply a matter of transferring funds between accounts. You don’t have to create a new login or learn how to manage your account on a new website.

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Credit cards for getting out of debt

If you have credit card debt, a good credit card will be one that helps you to pay it off as soon as possible. Many cards offer 0% APR promotional financing for balance transfers. When you transfer your existing balances to one of these new cards, you can avoid interest charges during the promotional financing period. In fact, you can even pay off your debt more quickly, as 100% of your payments will go towards the principal, not interest charges.

A good credit card for this purpose will have an interest-free promotional financing offer that lasts at least 12 months, while the best will extend to 15 or even 18 months. You also need to look at the balance transfer fee, which is usually 3% of the amount transferred. However, some cards have fees of as much as 5%, and there are a few rare cards with no balance transfer fees at all.

Cards for rebuilding credit

If you’ve experienced job loss, divorce or major medical bills, you might have come away from it with bad credit. And if you’ve gone through bankruptcy, foreclosure or just a long string of unpaid loans, then you definitely need to rebuild your credit. A good credit card can be a tool to rebuild your credit, but only if you manage it responsibly by always paying your bills on-time and carrying little, if any, debt.

First and foremost, a good credit card to rebuild your credit will allow you to open an account, even with your bad credit. There are two types of credit cards available if you have bad credit: subprime cards and secured cards. A subprime card may be from a bank with an obscure name, or perhaps one that’s meant to sound kind of like a major bank that you’ve heard of. It will have very high interest rates and numerous fees, while offering you few benefits and a very small line of credit.

I would avoid these cards and focus on a secured card instead.

Secured cards work just like any other credit card, but they require you to pay a refundable security deposit before opening your account. The size of your deposit becomes your credit limit, and the security deposit is only used if you default. Like any other credit card, you’ll receive a monthly statement and must make the minimum payment. After a year of on-time payments, most secured card holders find that they can qualify for a standard, unsecured card and will have their deposit refunded. The best secured cards will be offered by a reputable bank that can eventually offer you an unsecured card. And, best of all, many of these top secured cards have no annual fee.

Earning rewards

When you always avoid interest charges by paying your statement balances in full, then you should be earning as many rewards and benefits as possible. The best card for you will depend on how you use your cards and its rewards. Frequent travelers will want a card that offers them airline miles, hotel points or other rewards that they can use for free trips. At the same time, a good travel card will also feature perks like free checked bags, hotel room upgrades and travel insurance policies.

Others might find the most value in a cash-back credit card that offers rewards that can be used to pay for anything. Some cash back cards will offer a high level of cash back on all purchases, like 1.5% or even 2%. Others can offer bonuses of as much as 5% on some purchases, but only 1% elsewhere. And when it comes to reward credit cards, the one with the lowest annual fee might not be the best. If you can receive hundreds of dollars of rewards and benefits, it may be worth paying an annual fee.

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One last thing

For millions of Americans, there’s no good credit card for their needs. If you’re unable to pay your bills on time, or you use your credit card to incur debt, then you should be using another form of payment like cash or a debit card (though you should be wary of when and where you use a debit card). Also, if you find yourself spending more money on a credit card then you would have spent with cash, then it’s also the wrong method of payment for you.

All credit card users should strive to pay their balance in full, and there’s nothing wrong with admitting that you can’t do this, and using another form of payment instead. By considering how you will use your credit cards, you can ultimately decide the right card for your needs.

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Here’s Why You Should Never Lend Out Your Credit Card

Lending a friend or family member your credit card is a really bad idea, according to a new national CreditCards.com study.

Of the 49% of credit card holders—past and present—35% of them said they’ve had negative experiences. The most common problem people run into when they allow others to use their credit card: overspending.

Last month, a Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. study revealed that an overwhelming majority (80%) of African Americans are more likely to financially help out a family member than 66% of whites. Could African Americans, in the name of helping out a family member, be putting themselves in financial jeopardy?

“You really are playing with fire when you let someone else use your credit card, so proceed with caution,” CreditCards.com Senior Industry Analyst Matt Schulz said. “Whether they spend more than you anticipated, don’t pay you back, or you never see the card again, ultimately, you are the one who is responsible.”

The study also found that younger people (ages 18–37) faced an unfavorable result compared to 31% of Gen X (ages 38–53) and 26% of Baby Boomers (ages 54–72). Others complained about not getting refunded. Ten percent even said their card was either never returned or lost.

The study concluded that most people who have owned a credit card would let immediate family members borrow it and half of them said they are comfortable with a family member spending at least $ 100. Thirty-nine percent say they would never lend their card to an immediate family member.

What the study found was that the less you make, the more likely you are to be burned. More than half (52%) of low-income earners who have lent their credit cards to someone have had negative experiences. The number drops down to a quarter for those making more than $ 30,000.

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Citibank to Refund $335 Million to Credit Card Holders It Overcharged

Citi Group Inc., one of the world’s largest credit card issuer,s announced Friday that it will refund $ 335 million back to some its U.S. customers later this year.

The banking group said it had not used the proper method for reducing interest charges for 1.75 million credit cards holders who have had to pay the penalty rates since 2011. The refund will average about $ 190 per account.

“This refund won’t have much of an impact on Citi, but for millions of Americans who live paycheck to paycheck, $ 190 matters,” Matt Schulz, CreditCards.com’s senior industry analyst said. “It may not change their lives, but they will certainly welcome it, especially since they shouldn’t have had to part with it in the first place.”

Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act, commonly called the CARD Act, is a federal law that changed banks and credit card issuers’ practices and advocated for consumers’ rights. And since 2011, banks have been required to reduce penalty interest rates for cardholders who resume making timely payments.

Citi said it made an error calculating the reductions.

“This provision of the CARD Act is a very important one,” Schulz said. “Before the CARD Act, someone who was hit with a penalty rate could be stuck with that super-high rate indefinitely.”

The error is up to 10% of the interest reductions that cardholders were supposed to get, the bank said. The other 90% of rate savings were properly credited to accounts.

“That shouldn’t happen anymore,” Schulz added. “That’s great news for people who hit a rough patch financially and then get their feet back under them shortly thereafter.”

In 2015, Citibank was ordered to pay $ 700 million back to customers and was fined $ 70 million for malpractices related to its marketing credit card add-on products.

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This Guy Had a Crippling $26K in Credit Card Debt. Here’s How He’s Paying It Down


On a Saturday night this past January, Nick and his girlfriend Leigh cozied up next to her fireplace and commenced a solemn “credit-card-cutting ceremony.”

Between the duo rested a stack of plastic cards and a bottle of Champagne leftover from New Year’s.

As Nick (who asked that we omit his last name) cut each card, his girlfriend offered words of encouragement — how one day he’d be able to buy a house, invest money, give back.

For Nick, 27, these financial goals have felt far out of reach.

At 18, he was roped into opening his first credit card. Over the years, he spiraled into about $ 26,500 worth of debt.

“I felt like I was drowning,” he says. “I was able to make monthly payments, but every time I did, the majority of the payments were going to interest charges.”

Hoping to fix the problem, he attempted to consolidate his debt. But each time, he was denied a loan. Until he read about Upstart, a lending platform founded by former Google employees that offers what it calls “smarter loans” through partnership with participating banks.

Rather than solely judging borrowers on their credit scores (though it does require a 620 credit score), Upstart’s underwriting model can incorporate factors such as education, area of study and work history to better understand a borrower and their propensity to repay a loan.

Nick took a shot and applied for an Upstart loan. Within 40 minutes, he was approved. Less than two hours later, Upstart initiated a transfer of funds. His loan funds would be available to him the next business day.

Cue the ceremonial credit-card cutting — because he vows to never let credit card debt take over his life again.

How This Guy Plans to Pay off $ 26K in Credit Card Debt

The more than $ 26,000 in debt Nick managed to collect was mostly from his younger, more financially reckless years, when he’d buy the latest and greatest electronics or take vacations and spend too much money.

“I completely misused [credit cards] and was not financially responsible at all,” he says.

Within 10 years of opening his first credit card, he owed six creditors a lot of money. His total monthly minimum payments hovered around $ 800. Much of that went toward interest and fees.

For example, one card called for a $ 160 minimum payment, but only $ 65 of that went toward the principal.

“How crazy is that?” he says. “I felt as if I was going nowhere, simply spinning my wheels in the mud, truly not able to make any momentum.”

He’d attempted to refinance with several lenders, hoping a loan with a lower interest rate would help him gain some traction. But each time he applied, he was denied.

Then he read about Upstart on The Penny Hoarder. It was the story we told about Kelsey Buxton, who found herself in a similar situation, with about $ 22,000 in credit card debt. Because Nick related all too well, he felt like he had a chance.

He applied for the loan, and the process moved forward quickly. He rattles off email timestamps:

  • Upstart sends confirmation that it received his application at 11:53 a.m. Jan. 8.
  • At 12:33 p.m. that same day, an email indicating his loan approval popped into his inbox.
  • Then, at 2:10 p.m. — only a few hours later — Upstart let him know it had initiated the transfer of funds into his account.
  • When he woke up Jan. 9, sure enough, the loan was in his account, and he immediately began making payments toward his credit cards.

“It was such a relief — like a giant weight had been lifted off my shoulders,” he says.

This new loan meant Nick could go from paying a minimum of $ 800 a month to a minimum of $ 667, thanks to the difference in interest. With his credit cards, he was paying up to 24% in interest. His new loan boasted a 19% interest rate.

Rather than blowing that extra $ 133 a month, though, he  puts it toward his five-year loan, which means he’ll be able to pay the loan off in about three and a half years — at most. His job also allows for overtime, so he plans to put some extra time in and put any additional income toward the loan.

“Truly, my goal is to have this loan paid off at around two and a half years,” he says. “I think I am on my way!”

Additionally, he has vowed to never slip into credit card debt again. That’s helped by cutting up all his cards — except one he keeps locked in a safe, only for emergencies.

Upstart Loans Review: He Has Renewed Hope

Nick says he can finally see a light at the end of the tunnel.

He is able to more aggressively pay off his credit card debt through his Upstart loan, and his credit score through Experian has increased from 630 to 742. He suspects it’ll only continue to increase as he pays his debt down.

Nick feels thankful for Upstart — and that it took a chance on him.

His less than perfect credit score didn’t mean he wasn’t capable of taking strides to get his finances in order. Instead, Upstart’s technology analyzed other factors, like his job history in public service and his education, an associate degree.

“It has shown a light at the end of a dark, treacherous, financially disappointing [tunnel],” he says. “I finally feel like I’m moving forward.”

As soon as Nick pays off his credit cards, he wants to purchase a house.

“Upstart has provided me the opportunity to dream about my future without lingering credit card debt.”

How to Apply for an Upstart Loan

We send a genuine thank you to Nick, who emailed us about a week after his loan approval to share his story.

“I really want to be able to give others hope, like I was given,” he says. “I thought I was never going to be able to get out of debt.”

If you’re curious, you can get a free quote from Upstart within minutes. Checking your rate won’t affect your credit score.

Simply navigate to Upstart and select your goal. Do you want to pay off credit card debt like Nick did? Tackle student loans? Pay for personal expenses, like medical bills or rent?

You’ll enter some basic information on the rate check form: how much you wish to borrow ($ 1,000 to $ 50,000), your name, address, highest level of education and primary source of income.

There are no prepayment penalties, so you can take strides to pay your loan ahead of time, like Nick.

Learn more about Upstart and secure a free quote all online.

This story is a reflection of one individual’s experience and doesn’t necessarily reflect the experience of all applicants.

Carson Kohler (carson@thepennyhoarder.com) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. If an Upstart loan has renewed your financial hope, she’d love to hear from you.

This was originally published on The Penny Hoarder, which helps millions of readers worldwide earn and save money by sharing unique job opportunities, personal stories, freebies and more. The Inc. 5000 ranked The Penny Hoarder as the fastest-growing private media company in the U.S. in 2017.

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What’s Better Than the Card Game ‘Uno’? According to Mattel, a New One Called ‘Dos’

What do you do when your toy manufacturing business is struggling?

Make a new game that’s nearly identical to an existing one, of course.

Mattel


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is launching a new card game called Dos next month, which, you guessed it, is a take on their 50-year-old classic, Uno.

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According to the Associated Press, the rules of Dos are similar to those of Uno, “except players make two piles of cards and can throw down two cards at a time instead of one.” The game apparently fittingly took them two years to develop, to “make sure playing the game was different enough from Uno.”

But why try to update the beloved classic?

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While the rest of Mattel’s business has struggled in recent years, exacerbated by Toys “R” Us filing for bankruptcy, Uno reportedly continues to sell well. Uno sales were up 12% last year from 2016, reports the Associated Press. Mattel is apparently latching onto this bright light, selling Uno in more places, launching a version that’s playable on Facebook Messenger, and even reportedly working on an Uno app.

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Ah, moms’ groups on Facebook. We know them, we love them, we couldn’t survive without them. We also grit our teeth at them, screenshot some of the comments and show our other friends, because WHAAAT??

I belong to a few different Facebook-based moms’ groups, and they definitely provided a lifeline when I needed one, introduced me to some terrific mamas, and led me to some great resources. I have also tossed my phone off the bed in rage, rolled my eyes, and yelled at the internet.

With all those things in mind, I used an online bingo card generator to poke fun at the groups we love to hate, (but also love to love). Enjoy.

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Visa finally gets on board with optional credit card signatures

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As more and more credit card companies announced an end to the need for signatures on credit and debit card receipts, major player Visa kept holding out. Until today.

Finally, Visa announced Friday it was making signatures “optional” in North America starting in April.

Visa’s move, which keeps signing an option for now, is a little different to MasterCard, Discover, and American Express who are straight-up eliminating the need for something on the dotted line. But it’s essentially dumping signatures unless retailers decide they still want one. Read more…

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Season’s micro-greetings: Scientists claim smallest Christmas card

(Reuters) – British scientists have created what they believe is the world’s smallest Christmas card, a seasonal greeting so tiny that over 200 million of them could fit into a standard postage stamp.


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The one and only exception to Clark Howard’s ‘no gift card’ rule

A selfie of Clark Howard that was uploaded to our Facebook page has led to confusion among his loyal viewers, listeners and readers — with some calling the money expert a hypocrite.

In the picture, Clark was holding a gift card that he got for 10% off during a one-day sale at Target.

Why Clark bought Target gift cards

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If you’ve been following Clark for a while, you know that he hates gift cards because you take money that can be used anywhere and turn it into “fake money” that can only be used at one place.

There’s also the risk of restaurants and retailers going out of business. Clark issued this warning in November:

“There has never been a year that it has been more dangerous to receive or to give gift cards for restaurants and retailers. Both industries are having a terrible time right now.”

What was different about this past weekend at Target? The gift cards were being sold at a 10% discount. He was able to buy $ 300 worth of gift cards for $ 270.

Here’s how Clark explained the exception to his “no gift card” rule on the radio show:

“A gift card can be a good deal if you get bonus money. Joel of our crew got 50% bonus on a restaurant gift card recently, and my wife got 22% bonus on a restaurant gift card recently.”

One more thing: If you receive any gift cards for Christmas, don’t let them gather dust. The restaurant and retail industry is highly unstable. Use those gift cards quickly!

Listen to Clark’s explanation on The Clark Howard Show Podcast

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Chance the Rapper Is Getting His Own Starbucks Gift Card

Starbucks and Spotify have revealed plans for a trio of limited-edition holiday gift cards. Taking their themes from the realm of popular music, the three items revolve around Chance the Rapper, Metallica and Lady Gaga; each card will benefit a different charity of each act or artist’s choosing. While Lady Gaga chose to benefit the Born This Way Foundation and Metallica went for All Within My Hands, Chance went for his own non-profit, SocialWorks.

“Grammy-winning musician and producer Chance the Rapper has been a social activist, helping connect young people to jobs and raising more than $ 2.2 million [USD] for Chicago Public Schools,” reads the official press statement. “His non-profit SocialWorks helps empower youth through the arts, education and civic engagement in his hometown of Chicago.”

“Our goal at SocialWorks is to empower the youth through the arts, education, and civic engagement,” Chance explains. “Many thanks to Starbucks and Spotify for working with us to create more opportunities to build dreams, inspire creativity, and let the youth be themselves!”

You can take a look at Starbucks and Spotify’s new limited-edition holiday gift cards above; starting tomorrow, November 28, consumers can pick up their own at a local Starbucks location.

Outside of his retail collaborations, Chance is also working on new music and recently hosted — and performed on — Saturday Night Live.

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I’ll admit it. I got suckered.

I got phished and fell for it.

It was about 10 years ago, and these scams weren’t commonplace just yet. I responded to what looked like an email from my bank verifying my PIN.

Dumb move. My rent money was taken out of my account at an ATM in Romania. Seriously. Luckily, my bank was great about handling it, and it was all resolved.

I told everyone that I had been a victim of identity theft and even went on the local TV station to talk about it. Phishing scams were a relatively new concept back then.

I was wrong. It wasn’t identity theft. It was credit card fraud.

Potato? Potahto? Actually, no. Credit card fraud and identity theft are two different crimes, and the difference is significant. Here’s what you need to know.

Credit Card Fraud Is a Form of Identity Theft

Technically, credit card fraud is one type of identity theft. Legal Dictionary defines credit card fraud as “the unauthorized use of an individual’s credit card or card information to make purchases, or to remove funds from the cardholder’s account.”

That means some shady character has gained access to one of your accounts through a stolen card, account number, PIN or anything else that lets them access your account.

Those card skimmers at the gas pumps are a prime example of how credit card fraud occurs. The skimmers steal your card information when you swipe your card for fuel, then the fraudster sells that information on the darknet or uses it to take or spend money from your account.

A simple way to remember the difference between credit card fraud and identity theft is that credit card fraud involves one account getting compromised.

How to Prevent Credit Card Fraud

There’s no surefire way to prevent all credit card fraud unless you want to go back to only using cash or trading chickens. There are, however, some ways to minimize your risk.

  • Keep your credit cards in a safe place. Keep them in a wallet or purse that’s close to you at all times outside of your home.
  • Shred your credit card bills and unwanted bank statements. Basically, shred anything with your account numbers on it.
  • Do not give your card or account information over the phone unless you initiated the conversation. If you called your favorite store, fine, but if the store called you, how do you know it’s legit? You don’t.
  • If you’re worried about gas pump skimmers, first look for the small seal that shows that the pump panel has not been opened. Then use the “credit” option on your debit card. Never type in your PIN. Even safer, prepay inside the store for your gas.
  • Never give out information via email. Phishing scams are everywhere. Keep in mind that your bank or credit card company will never ask you for your PIN. Also, that prince in Nigeria does not actually have millions of dollars for you. Don’t give him anything.

What to Do if You’re a Victim

If you discover that one of your bank or credit card accounts has been compromised, take action right away. The sooner you react, the better chance you have of saving your money.

  • If you have a card that lets you freeze it easily from your phone or a computer, do it right away.
  • Keep a close eye on your statements for the account in question. You’ll want to look for any new charges you did not make.
  • Call your bank or credit card company and let it know about the issue.
  • Report the theft to the police. They likely won’t do much to help, but having that report could help you get your money back from your bank or credit card company. In any case, it won’t hurt.
  • Change your online passwords. You don’t know exactly what information the bad guys have. You want to change your passwords occasionally anyway. (But not too often.)
  • Call one of the three national credit reporting agencies, Experian, Transunion or Equifax, and file a fraud alert. If you do this with one of the companies, it will automatically alert the others. No need to call all three.
  • File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. Like the police report, this can help as you try to clean up the mess.

Identity Theft Goes Beyond a Single Account

While credit card fraud is the compromising of one account, identity theft occurs on a broader scale. Identity theft is defined by Legal Dictionary as “the act of stealing another person’s personal identifying information in order to gain access to his financial resources, or obtain access to other benefits, such as money, credit, or insurance benefits.”

In other words, the bad guys have your personal information and can use that to gain access to your accounts, open new accounts or even take out loans in your name.

Or perhaps someone uses your identity to conceal their illegal actions. Maybe they need medical help and don’t have insurance, but you do.

There’s even a problem in the U.S. with child identity theft.

Scary stuff.

If you are getting phone calls or bills in the mail about debts you know nothing about, don’t simply dismiss them. Look into the charges and see if someone is using your information.

How to Prevent Identity Theft

Identity theft uses your personal information against you. That means you need to take steps to protect that information from others who might want to use it for their own gain. Here are a few tips.

  • Protecting your Social Security number is crucial. Keep your Social Security card in a safe place and don’t carry it with you. If you happen to lose it, the card could easily fall into the wrong hands. Also, only give out that number when it’s absolutely necessary.
  • Never respond to unsolicited requests for your personal information. Whether it’s a phone call or email, always be wary. If your bank contacts you asking for information, politely decline. Then, call your bank directly and let it know about that phone call or email. Same for any other contacts.
  • Shred all unneeded documents that may have your Social Security number or other personal information on them. When in doubt, shred it.
  • Be smart with your online passwords. Keep them varied and difficult to guess.
  • Order a copy of your credit report. The law requires each of the three credit reporting agencies to provide you with one free copy of your report each year. Look for any old accounts that could be removed or ones you do not recognize.

What to Do if You’re a Victim

The steps to prevent and repair identity theft are largely the same as those for credit card fraud, but there are a few added measures.

  • Find and close any new accounts opened in your name. When you report the fraud to a credit bureau, it should be able to tell you what new accounts have been opened.
  • If you think your Social Security number was compromised, report it to the Social Security Administration.
  • If your driver’s license was stolen or compromised, report that to your nearest Department of Motor Vehicles. You may need to get a new one.
  • Suddenly have a police record for no reason? You may have to clear your name of wrongdoing. It won’t be fun or easy, but you can’t ignore it. Call your local law enforcement agency to start the process. You may want to seek counsel from a lawyer first.
  • Keep a close eye on your mail for any other solicitations for payment. School loan notices, medical bills, even letters from the IRS could be signs that you have more issues to address.

The easiest way to get started is to go to identitytheft.gov and report your identity theft case. The site will walk you through all of the steps you need to get the situation fixed.

Protect Your Identity and Your Credit Score

It’s a scary time for these kinds of crimes. We’ve become an increasingly digital society, and our information is out there for the taking. I mean, when one of the three major credit bureaus leaks your information, you know things are bad.

What can you do? Your best bet is to simply keep close tabs on your accounts and passwords, and be smart when you shop online.

If you really want to protect yourself, you can pay a credit monitoring company to alert you if anything looks amiss. Some of them can also help you recover from identity theft.

Credit card fraud and identity theft happen. They’re not the same thing, but they both suck. A bit of diligence now can save you a lot of headaches later.

Tyler Omoth is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder who loves soaking up the sun and finding creative ways to help others. Catch him on Twitter at @Tyomoth.

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Half of Americans think this credit card practice should be illegal

When you’re out shopping through the holiday season and get to the register, keep in mind that sales associates are under enormous pressure to get you to sign up for a store credit card.

They may offer incentives like “20% off your first purchase” or “0% special financing for 12 months.”

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Warning: Do NOT sign up for these credit cards 

These offers can be very tempting to people who are on a tight budget — especially around the holidays — but they come at a steep cost once the grace period is over.

It’s all because of deferred interest, which money expert Clark Howard refers to as “hideous retroactive interest.”

Here’s an example: 

Bonnie goes to the register and her total comes to $ 1,000. The cashier asks if she’d like to open a store card to receive no interest financing for six months.

She gets approved for instant credit and is grateful for the extra time to pay for the items.

At the end of the six months, Bonnie has paid off all but $ 50 of the balance and plans to send in the last $ 50 the following month.

But to her surprise, she receives a $ 250 interest charge on her very next bill!

Clark: Beware of ‘hideous retroactive interest’ 

How could this happen? With a normal 0% credit card offer, interest only applies to the balance remaining after the special financing period is up.

However, retailers that offer special financing with deferred interest don’t work the same way.

If you miss a monthly payment or don’t repay your full balance within the 0% period, interest is applied retroactively to the original purchase amount.

That’s how Bonnie from our example was charged $ 250 in interest for a $ 50 balance. It’s like the 0% rate never existed!

According to WalletHub’s 2017 Deferred Interest Study, 61% of people think retroactive interest is unfair and 50% believe it should be illegal.

Here’s a look at the retailers that use deferred interest: 

Store cards charge up to 30% interest 

Deferred interest isn’t the only problem with store-only credit cards. They’re known for having regular interest rates much higher than general-purpose cards — some as high as 30%.

The average retail card APR (annual percentage rate) is 24.99%, according to a study from CreditCards.com. 

“Instant credit should be called instant debt,” Clark said. “When people take instant credit here, there and everywhere, they end up in debt not to their eyeballs — but above.”

Clark says you’re better off using the regular credit card that’s already in your wallet or just pay with cash!

Recap of Clark’s take:

  • One-store-only credit cards are inferior to general-purpose cards
  • Always pay your balance in full every month
  • Read the fine print to avoid deferred or retroactive interest

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Kaiser Permanente Earns Highest Rating on California’s Annual Health Care Report Card

OAKLAND, Calif. — For the 10th consecutive year, Kaiser Permanente Northern and Southern California are the only health plans in California to earn a four-star rating — the highest possible — for overall clinical effectiveness in the annual Healthcare Quality Report Card from California’s Office of the Patient Advocate.

The 2017-2018 report card provides California consumers with side-by-side comparisons of the largest HMOs and PPOs in the state. It ranks them on national standard-of-care measures that involve treatment and prevention of a range of conditions that have significant implications for personal health. Ten of the state’s largest HMOs and five PPOs are compared in the report card, and Kaiser Permanente is the only one with the top rating possible for overall clinical performance measures.

Kaiser Permanente in both Northern and Southern California received three stars in the “Patients Rate their Experience” category, which measures members’ satisfaction with their care and service.

“This rating demonstrates that our integrated model of care and coverage results in healthier and happier members,” said Janet Liang, president, Kaiser Permanente Northern California. “Our care teams make safe, high quality care a top priority.”

This year, Kaiser Permanente in Northern California earned top scores for overall quality of medical care, earning the state’s only four-star plan for behavioral and mental health. The plan also received four stars for heart care, maternity care, checking for cancer, chlamydia screening, diabetes care and “getting the right care” for children.

“The combination of exceptional physicians, integration, and advanced technology is helping us save lives every day,” said Richard S. Isaacs, MD, executive director and CEO of The Permanente Medical Group. “I’m very proud of all of our physicians and staff who together have created superior quality outcomes for our patients, which is very deserving of this four-star rating.”

About Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser Permanente is committed to helping shape the future of health care. We are recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. Founded in 1945, Kaiser Permanente has a mission to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members and the communities we serve. We currently serve 11.8 million members in eight states and the District of Columbia. Care for members and patients is focused on their total health and guided by their personal Permanente Medical Group physicians, specialists and team of caregivers. Our expert and caring medical teams are empowered and supported by industry-leading technology advances and tools for health promotion, disease prevention, state-of-the-art care delivery and world-class chronic disease management. Kaiser Permanente is dedicated to care innovations, clinical research, health education and the support of community health. For more information, go to: kp.org/share.

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Uber is ready to throw down with a sweet offer for anyone who wants its first-ever credit card!

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Here’s what the Uber credit card offers

Beginning Nov. 2, the ride-sharing company will start accepting applications for its new Uber Visa Card.

In a blog post, the company notes that cardholders will be able to earn rewards of a penny on every dollar spent for most purchases, with higher levels of reward points assigned to other purchasing activities:

  • 4% back on dining and bars (including UberEATS)
  • 3% back on hotel and airfare (incluidng vacation home rentals)
  • 2% back on online purchases (including those made with Uber itself)
  • 1% back on everything else

The Uber Visa Card, which will be issued in conjunction with Barclays, has no annual fee — which is a big bonus.

But watch out for that interest rate of 15.99%, 21.74% or 24.74% (depending on your credit) if you carry a balance! (You should never carry a balance from one month to the next!) 

 As an introductory offer, you can also earn $ 100 after spending $ 500 during the first 90 days.

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Here’s a rundown of some of the other perks:

No foreign transaction fees

Most credit card issuers charge around 3% if you use their card outside the United States.

Not so with Uber Visa Card, which has zero transaction fees!

Mobile phone insurance

You’ll get up to $ 600 for phone theft or damage when you pay your wireless bill with Uber Visa Card.

And you’re only responsible for a $ 25 out-of-pocket deductible!

Special invites

Uber says cardholders will also get invites to events, secret shows and dining experiences in select U.S. cities.

But this might be the biggest perk of all…

The Uber Visa Card comes with an annual $ 50 subscription credit that can be used for services including Spotify, Netflix and Amazon Prime membership.

This credit recurs every year once you spend $ 5,000 annually.

Clark Howard’s take

Money expert Clark Howard is always quick to note that cards like this will only work in your life if you’re a net payer, i.e. you pay your bill in full each and every month.

If you tend to carry a balance from month-to-month, any benefit of the Uber Visa Card could get eaten up pretty quickly with interest charges.

In that case, you’re probably better off with a credit card from your local credit union. They tend to have lower interest rates than the cards from the big financial institutions.

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Say What Now? Woman Arrested After Getting Caught Sending Her Imprisoned Lover a Meth-Soaked Greeting Card

Amanda Lynn Mollison is heading to prison after getting caught mailing a greeting card soaked in methamphetamine to her man — who was behind bars.

The intended recipient, Justin Brown, was serving time thanks to a nine month sentence for theft and a seven year sentence for evading arrest.

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NBC 5 reported that prison officials recorded phone conversations between Mollison and Brown during which they discussed the making and sending of the card.

In a Sept. 30, 2016, conversation, Brown allegedly asked Mollison “to work on his card tonight.” At the time, he said he “wants to get high.”

On Oct. 4, 2016, Brown reportedly asked Mollison if “she did what he asked her to do.” The following day Mollison confirmed she mailed the card.

According to the outlet, Mollison pleaded guilty to providing contraband in prison. Brown pleaded guilty of possessing said contraband.

Both Mollison and Brown, 39, will serve 51-months in prison.

This sounds like a plotline straight out of ‘Orange Is the New Black.’

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The financial services company Affirm is partnering with a growing number of retailers to offer installment loans with no hidden fees and surprises.

It may sound like a good alternative to credit cards, but money expert Clark Howard has a warning for you.

What you need to know about Affirm loans

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Here’s an example of how Affirm works: Let’s say you find a vacation package on Expedia but don’t have the money to pay for it. The online lender instantly approves you for the loan and offers several payment plans.

Once you return from your trip, your first monthly payment will be due — with an interest rate as high as 30%!

The company says it charges no late fees, service fees or prepayment fees, but it reserves the right to refer delinquent accounts to a collection agency if you don’t pay your bill.

Since Affirm reports information to Experian, late or missed payments could also hurt your credit score.

The problem is that these instant loans encourage impulse spending — and it doesn’t have to be a pricey vacation! Affirm will spread payments over a period of 12 months for loans of $ 100 or more.

To put that in perspective, you could easily pay more than $ 15 in interest on just a $ 100 loan!

“You’re going to see this very heavily through the fall shopping season leading into Christmas with all kinds of items that you never could have imagined that you could finance, you’ll be able to do so,” Clark said on the radio show. “The far better alternative, if you don’t have the money, do layaway.”

One thing that works for my budget is delaying spending. Take a day or two to decide whether the purchase is a “want” or a “need” and only buy it if you can really afford it.

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5 Signs Your Business Is Ready for a Credit Card

Your business is your baby, and everyone loves charting their baby’s progress and milestones. Experiencing your first sale, your first employee and your first website can feel just like seeing your child roll over, walk or say their first words.

So when is the right time to get your business its own credit card? If these five indicators sound familiar, now may be time to apply for one.

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1. You want a business loan down the road.

Of all the ways to finance your business, an SBA loan is pretty much your best option. If you want very low interest rates, long repayment terms and an affordable down payment, this is this cream of the crop. Unfortunately, they’re not easy to get, especially if you’re just starting your business.

If you have good personal credit you’re much more likely to be able to get a business credit card by using a personal guarantee (and there are still options if your personal credit is less-than-stellar). By using your business credit card and repaying on-time every month, you can start establishing a credit profile for your business so you can get that coveted SBA loan down the road. (You can check your personal and business credit scores for free on Nav.)

2. You travel a lot.

If you travel for work, getting a company credit card should be on top of your ever-growing to-do list. Whether you’re flying or driving on company business, you can use your company credit card to make purchases. This will also help you keep track of receipts and other important information crucial to your bookkeeping.

But a major bonus of using your business credit card is the airline miles you could be receiving. For example, Delta frequent flyers can take advantage of co-branded cards with American Express and earn miles for every dollar spent, plus bonus miles for signing up, as well as priority boarding on flights.

3. You buy a lot of supplies or inventory.

Many businesses use trade credit to purchase their supplies, which is also a great way to build business credit. Understandably, not everything can be bought on trade credit, which is where a business credit card can come in handy.

When choosing a card that you plan on using for business supplies, look for one with a low APR to avoid paying a lot of interest on purchases. Some cards also reward business owners with double points when used at gas stations, office supply stores or home improvement stores, so be sure to look for these perks when researching cards.

4. You have employees who make purchases for the company.

As a business owner, you’ll come to the realization that you can’t do everything yourself. And hopefully at some point during your tenure as head honcho, you’ll enjoy the company of a few superstar employees who are willing and able to help you achieve your goals.

There are pros and cons of trusting your employees with a company card, so make sure you know what you’re getting into. Only you can accurately assess who’s ready for such a responsibility, but authorizing an employee or two to carry out purchases in your business’s name can let you skip the cycle of tracking expense reports and reimbursing purchases.

5. You want to maximize your spending.

Maybe you don’t care so much about bonus miles, APRs or double points at office supply stores — but no business owner can overlook cash back. Several business credit cards, such as the Chase Ink Business Cash Card, offer at least 1% cash back on all purchases, with higher rewards in certain categories. (Cash-back business cards are best suited for businesses that are paying their balance in full every month as APRs can negate any rewards earned if you carry a balance.)

Be sure to follow the common sense rules of credit card ownership: don’t take on more debt than you can handle, pay every month on time and enjoy the benefits of the credit card you’ve selected.

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Yesterday’s announcement of a collectible card game based on Dota 2 was the moment that the video game industry reached its saturation point with card games.

When Hearthstone came out in 2014, Blizzard unwittingly set off an avalanche of copycat online collectible card games. Developers undoubtedly saw the success of the World of Warcraft-based card game and thought, “Hey, we can do that, too,” and now all of these projects are trickling out of development darkness and scrambling to stand out in the competitive card game dog pile.

Within the past five months, The Elder Scrolls series has gotten a card game, the Fable series has gotten a card game, and The Witcher 3‘s card game Gwent has started its stand-alone open beta.  Read more…

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Dou Zecheng had a career-changing 36-hole run Sunday in the rain-delayed Digital Ally Open to become the first Chinese player to earn a PGA Tour card and win a Web.com Tour event.

The 20-year-old Dou was 15 under in the final two rounds in the rain-delayed tournament at Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate, shooting a 10-under 61 in the morning and adding a 66 in the afternoon for a three-stroke victory.

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Rite Aid – Select Skin Care Products Neutrogena, CeraVe, Garnier, Jergen’s & Curel Buy One Get One 50% Off regular retail with card at Rite Aid! Valid 4/9-4/15

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Rite Aid – Select Skin Care Products Neutrogena, CeraVe, Garnier, Jergen’s & Curel Buy One Get One 50% Off regular retail with card at Rite Aid! Valid 4/9-4/15

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