Read More Credit Card Late Fees to Rise in 2020

Credit Card Late Fees to Rise in 2020

Credit card late payments are getting more expensive. Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) raised the permissible maximum for credit card late payment fee to $29, up from $28. For subsequent violations made within six billing cycles, the maximum fee that can be charged rose from $39 to $40. We’ll break […]

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Read More Chase, United Launch New Business Card; Update Other United Cards

Chase, United Launch New Business Card; Update Other United Cards

Chase and United Airlines have launched a new credit card designed for business owners — the United℠ Business Card . The card offers rewards in popular spending categories, such as local transit, gas stations and restaurants. Chase has also updated the sign-up bonus offers for several other United cards, effective Jan. 23, 2020. Read on to see what’s […]

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Read More Chase Sapphire Reserve card increases annual fee, adds complimentary DoorDash and Lyft Pink memberships

Chase Sapphire Reserve card increases annual fee, adds complimentary DoorDash and Lyft Pink memberships

Chase has increased the annual fee for the iconic Chase Sapphire Reserve® by $100. Starting Jan. 12, 2020, new card members will pay $550 annually, instead of $450. Existing cardholders will see the updated fee on their next renewal date after April 1. While the annual fee hike may seem high to many, Chase has added a […]

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Capital One Eno Review

Chatbots have now entered the credit card market. Capital One just released a new artificial intelligence feature for its personal credit cards cleverly dubbed Eno℠ — “one” spelled backward. This feature aims to simplify tasks like paying bills and securing online payments with virtual account numbers. Eno℠ makes Capital One the first issuer to bring […]

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