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WRAL has heard from several people that the credit limit on their credit cards suddenly shrunk. Five on Your Side learned why a lower credit limit could mean you pay more, and how you can fight back.
WRAL has heard from several people that the credit limit on their credit cards, suddenly shrunk.
Keely Arthur, WRAL consumer reporter
The analysis found the Raleigh metro area saw 11.2 credit card fraud reports per 10,000 residents in 2022.
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
Financial experts say to avoid the credit debt trap, consolidate all your debt onto one lower-interest card.
Stimulus checks and child tax credits allowed many people to build up their savings during the pandemic, economists said.
Brian Shrader, WRAL anchor/reporter
With prices on the rise, more Americans are turning to credit cards at the grocery store, gas pump and other merchants.
The credit card processing company TSYS, one of the largest companies of its kind in the United States, was experiencing an outage on Saturday night. Its system was unable to process transactions, according to one of its customers, Shift4 Payments.
Maggie Brown, WRAL multiplatform producer
Currently, Mastercard offers cryptocurrency cards in partnership with vendors who convert the cryptocurrency into standard currency.
As the pandemic drags on, you might start to notice that your credit card rewards are not what they used to be. Consumer reporter John Matarese shows us what your credit card may be cutting.
American credit card balances fell by $76 billion, between April and June.
By utilizing artificial intelligence machine learning, companies are able to use information like credit score, income, location, creditors, and more to predict which repayment plan will be most effective for an individual.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many Americans to rethink their finances and that includes credit cards. Experts say it's a good time to give another look to what credit card will serve you best during the new normal.
So many businesses shut down, so many people laid off and now or soon to be, collecting unemployment.
Monica Laliberte, Executive producer/consumer reporter
Stores and restaurants may have closed their doors temporarily during the coronavirus chaos, but people are still spending money. It's how they are spending that has changed a bit.
Many people in North Carolina are facing or fearing layoffs as local businesses and schools close to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But North Carolina has various resources available to help them.
Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporter
At least two victims had their credit or debit cards skimmed at the Valero gas station in Cary.
Heather Leah, WRAL digital journalist
A woman and her father were sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to charges in a credit card fraud scheme, a U.S. attorney said Thursday.
Creedmoor police are investigating a credit card fraud case and are looking for two suspects.
Paying your credit card bill late will likely get more expensive in the New Year. Credit card late fees are expected to hit $40 in early 2020.
A Garner man is accused of wracking up hundreds of fraudulent charges on a bogus online credit account he created with the help of a driver's license he ordered from the state Division of Motor Vehicles, according to an arrest warrant.
A Columbus County mother has been arrested and her own children turned her in after deputies said she opened 12 credit card accounts under their names.
Clayton police are looking for a man they said used a stolen credit card to purchase items at Walmart.
Jason O. Boyd, WRAL.com editor
As iPhone sales decline for the third consecutive quarter, Brian Shrader has news about a new Apple credit card and Samsung watches and tablets.