In the first of what’s sure to be a record number of lawsuits, a small New York bank is leading the charge in class action lawsuits pertaining to the LIBOR scandal.
by Beth May
Insurance companies use intricate formulas to determine an applicant’s monthly premium, just as banks and credit card companies do when they’re deciding who’s approved and who’s declined.
by Jon Dell
Nadya Suleman wants you to trust her with your financial decisions, via a new payday loan company, despite the fact she struggles financially and barely makes ends meet.
by Evita Page
As the new healthcare law continues to be hashed out, some states are already making cuts. Will consumers be forced to pay their medical expenses with their Visas or MasterCards?
by Jon Dell
It’s not likely there’s more than a handful of folks who don’t have some outstanding “loan” with Mom and Dad – whether it’s that advance we got on our allowances twenty years ago or the mortgage their holding as a …
by Antonio Bard
Another government sex scandal is being swept under the rug. It could be because taxpayer dollars, in the form of a government credit card, was used by a Treasury Department employee to hire prostitutes.