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Credit card skimming
Accepting a free bag of M&Ms today could mean graduating college with a mountain of unmanageable credit card debt.
DEAL: Melissa Shoemaker of Lake Havasu City, left, shakes hands with Joe Carter, a personal banker with Bank of America, after opening an account Tuesday on the ASU campus in Tempe.
A 23-year-old Mesa man surrendered to police Thursday on suspicion of claiming a lost credit card that didn’t belong to him.
Dennis Misner remembers receiving an envelope from Washington Mutual containing six checks.
BANK OFFER: Dennis Misner of Mesa holds one of many convenience checks sent to him by Washington Mutual.
NEW YORK - Don’t be surprised if the minimum payment on your credit card goes up. Under pressure from federal regulators, credit card issuers are raising the minimum payments consumers must make on their monthly bills.
In some Mesa schools, the fun break during recess is being spoiled by a thief targeting teachers' purses.
NEW YORK - It seems like the most wonderful time of year for credit card rewards.
SAN ANGELO, Texas - Pat Hudspeth fell victim to credit card fraud the old-fashioned way -- without a computer.
Households receiving offers for "business" credit cards would be wise to throw them away, a nonprofit research group is warning consumers.
FILE - In this Nov. 9, 2006 file photo, visitors at the Sony Building in downtown Tokyo play Sony's next-generation video game PlayStation 3 as its two-week-long free trial service goes on. Sony Corp. said Tuesday, April 26, 2011 that the credit card data of PlayStation users around the world may have been stolen in a hack that forced it to shut down its PlayStation Network for the past week, disconnecting 77 million user accounts. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara, File)
No matter what time of year, it can be tempting to sign up for a credit card at the register in exchange for an instant 10 or 15 percent off your purchase.
State officials are trying to crack down on “skimmers’’ that steal information off of consumers’ credit and debit cards.
A Chandler couple accused of entering the back rooms of businesses to steal credit cards out of purses, is facing felony charges in connection to the crimes.
A Chandler couple accused of stealing credit cards from the employee break rooms of several businesses in Gilbert were arrested Thursday on suspicion of burglary and credit card theft.
NEW YORK — The new credit card law is finally here. Starting Monday, banks will need to abide by new regulations on terms and disclosures. The idea behind the landmark law was to prevent banks from using practices that often dug borrowers deeper into debt.