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Testimony on Rubio and American Express Misuse


Marco Rubio was accused two years ago of misusing an American Express issued to the Republican party. It’s come back to haunt him.

Do You Really Need to ‘Humanize’ Your Finances?

January 24, 2013

Heard of Simple? You will. It’s a new platform that really brings financial management to the forefront. It’s easy, though detailed, modern but still a breeze to incorporate into your financial tool box.

American Express Serve Prepaid Card

January 22, 2013

The Amex Serve prepaid card has a lot of reasons why it should be a strong contender for your business. Here are a few of those reasons.

Received Social Security? You Need Bank Account or Debit Card

January 10, 2013

The government has reminded benefits recipients of a looming March 1 deadline for transitioning to electronic payment options, like prepaid debit cards.

New Financial Rules for New Year

January 3, 2013

New year and time for new financial habits, including checking your credit scores and negotiating with your credit card company.

New Prepaid Card Package from Wal-Mart, Amex

October 10, 2012

Wal Mart and American Express have teamed up to offer a new prepaid debit card product, Bluebird – and it offers more than any other similar card offer on the market.

Amazon, Apple Fix Vulnerabilities

August 8, 2012

Two big problems surfaced for both Apple and Amazon last week when hackers were able to change a customer’s information that could have emptied his bank account. Instead, they opted to empty his digital cloud.

What Really Happened in the 2008 Financial Crisis?

August 7, 2012

Rogue bankers, subprime mortgages and a series of events perfectly timed for disaster – these are all part of the reason for the recent recession, dubbed the worse since the Great Depression.

New CFPB Complaint Database Applauded

June 18, 2012

So far, the CFPB credit card complaint database is being hailed as the first real step towards financial transparency. It’s expected mortgages and student loans are next on the agency’s radar.