The Oro Valley Police Department is asking for help locating two people suspected of being involved in a credit card scam.
Two-thirds of Arizonans don't bother to comparison shop when looking at credit cards, which can saddle consumers with higher-than-necessary fees, interest rates and ultimately higher borrowing costs, according to a new report.
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The hunt for the extralong sheets for the dormitory bed might be complete, and you may have already dropped your child off on campus, but did you forget to talk about money, and especially credit cards?
Q: My husband had a joint credit-card account with another woman a few years ago of which I was unaware. We are now in the process of buying a house and had to pull his credit report. To my surprise, there is a $10,000 past-due account which now affects whether we get the house. How can I re…
Q: I have just received a civil judgment with consequences of my wages being garnished. What legal steps can I take to reverse that and resume negotiations with the collection agency?
Oro Valley police arrested one woman suspected of leading a fraud scheme involving a closed music store and a travel company, that has affected at least one victim, but could possibly involve others.
Q: I recently had an issue with my credit-card service. Last December they offered interest-free for six months on anything purchased during the month of December. They required you to pay only the minimum during those months.
Q: My question is regarding my parents. My dad is 86 years old with Alzheimer's, diabetes, strokes and heart attacks. He has no life insurance, no savings - only Social Security, which pays for his rent and other necessities. He has outstanding debt that he cannot pay.
Q: My ex-husband is an authorized user on a credit card and has agreed to be responsible for paying off the card. How can I get my name removed from the card and make him the responsible party if his credit prevents him from being approved?
Q: I had a car lease from January 1998 to January 2002. The bank claimed I had $420 of late fees owed them over the four-year term. In December 2011, a collection agency put a collection item on my credit reports for this. I have sent them and the agency documentation proving that this debt …
Laurie Swanson thought she was getting a good deal from Elliot Management Group, which provides credit-card machines to businesses.