What the FICO!?

By | December 11th, 2018|Banking, Credit Cards, Credit Education|

The turn of the new year traditionally means buying a new calendar, starting a new diet and hunting for a new job, but for 2019 there's something else new – a new credit score that can help millions of Americans increase their access to loans, credit cards, and other financial products. Overview It's called, UltraFICO. It's a [...]

The positive impact that credit education can have on your customers

By | October 29th, 2018|Credit Cards, Credit Education, Customer Loyalty|

When your customers have stable finances and better credit they're not only likely to pay their bills to you on time, they're also likely to qualify and be interested in purchasing additional products and services. And it is credit education tools provided by you that helps them get and stay fiscally fit and turn them [...]

4 ways credit card companies have changed their offerings

By | October 17th, 2018|Credit Cards|

The average American has roughly three credit cards in her wallet, each with an average balance of $6354 ($1841 for retail cards). Total US credit card debt tipped over $1 trillion in 2017 and continues to climb at around 5% a year. In other words, things are going pretty well for credit card companies. Or are they? With thousands [...]

Six vulnerabilities in the credit card industry

By | October 8th, 2018|Credit Cards|

The concept of the credit card was originally envisioned by utopian novelist Edmond Bellamy in 1887 in his utopian novel “Looking Backward.” And ever since the first credit card was introduced almost 70 years ago, people have been absolutely crazy for them. The average American has roughly three of them in her wallet, each with an average [...]

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