Destroy a Credit Card Securely

by Admin 10. September 2009
Identity theft can still happen, which is why it is very important to know how to properly protect yourself. To date, there are many compaines that provide safety and security from identity theft, but the safest option still starts with you properly securing your financial information. A common means for thieves to steal your identity is through improper disposal of credit cards and their statements. In the video below, Cynthia Drake demonstarates Bargaineering blogger Jim Wang's method for ho... [More]

How to Maintain Your Credit Rating During Tough Times.

by Wade Barnes 18. December 2008
During times of economic turmoil, it is important to be aware of your credit rating. When times are tough, it is common for the need to borrow. You want to make sure your credit rating isn't tarnished (or know how to fix problems) in case you need to borrow. [More]

Get to Know Your Banker

by Kevin Lynch 2. October 2008
What do you do if you receive a bank fee for accidentally overdrawing your account? If you are like most people, you call the bank's 800 number and ask to have it refunded. Assuming this is a one-time occurrence, many banks and savings institutions will forgive this type of mistake and refund the fee. Case closed. However, what about the minor annoyances that get under your skin, like frequent ATM fees or the delayed availability of funds from a check you've deposited? Most people will simply li... [More]

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