Major Canadian banks are supporting their credit card customers with flexible and unique solutions.
Not sure what to do when your credit card expires? Getting your new card is often an easy process, but beware of potential fraud opportunities and outdated vendor payments.
Changes to credit card interchange fees – a cost carried by retailers and passed along to consumers – were made public today. How will this affect Canadian businesses, consumers and your credit card? Read on for the full story.
Suffering from a Black Friday / Cyber Monday spending hangover? If you overdid it on the spending this holiday season, check out our top tips for making your wallet feel better.
A new Rogers credit card will be launched in 2014, offering points for services and upgrades. Would you get a credit card offered by one of Canada’s Big Three telecommunications companies?
Be wary of unsolicited emails or calls promising a competitive low interest credit card in exchange for a fee – it’s the latest ploy from fraudsters out to acquire your sensitive financial information. Here’s how to protect yourself, and what to do if you’re targeted.
This week, on Money Wise, we’re answering your credit card FAQs – from consolidating out of control debt to updating vendors in case of expiry, check out our guide.
Could your credit card be doing more for you? Everyone loves a good perk – but the truth is, rewards credit cards aren’t always the best fit. Read on to learn more about your credit card options and how to pick your best plastic.
Looking for the best travel rewards? One of the best cards on the market for trip points is actually a charge card! Read on to learn more about the great features offered by the American Express Gold Rewards Card, and about the basics of charge card use.
Thinking of taking a trip? Don’t even think about leaving home without travel insurance. The right coverage will ensure you and your family are protected, anywhere in the world – and could save you thousands of dollars in medical costs.