Questions tagged [credit-card]

Credit cards are unstructured debt accounts linked to a plastic card that allows the holder to make purchases from retailers that accept the card. Common credit card networks in the U.S. include Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

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Are banks discontinuing single-use virtual credit card numbers (like BofA's ShopSafe)?

I found this old question / answer that refer to the same problem: I used to generate a new virtual credit card number with BofA's ShopSafe service, set the credit limit / expiration date and I could ...
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Are prepaid credit cards a form of secured loan?

I was reading about different factors that determines credit score. One of them is having a "good credit mix" (IE having a healthy mix of secured (such as home loan, auto loan) and unsecured loans (...
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Why does a U.S. credit card application ask for other citizenships?

Looking at a credit card application, they are asking U.S. citizens whether they are citizens of another country. Why are they asking for this information? Will it hurt the application to disclose ...
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Price drop protection on Apple iPhone

Two of my credit cards (Discover and Citi) have programs for cardholders that allow you to buy a product and if the price drops in certain amount of time, file a requests to be reimbursed the ...
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How soon (after your first credit card statement ever) do you get a credit file/history in Canada?

How many days after your first credit card statement EVER does one get a credit report on file with one of the two Canadian bureaus? I'm trying to develop Canadian credit on my first credit card and I ...
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Nonresident Travel Money (Card or Bank Account) Solution with Emergency Cash Feature in Euros?

I'm from the new EU so my country's banks are not that advanced that they can offer me this feature. So this will be a nonresident account for travel money. The solution I am looking for is like AMEX'...
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14/45 day notice

On 1 March I receive the 45-day notification stating that higher interest rate will be charged on any new transactions made after 14 days from the date of the notice. On 10 March I made a $100 ...
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Paying by voice - what is its transaction type

When I purchase something through voice virtual assistant, for example order Pizza through my Echo-Alexa - is it written in card schemes (Visa/Mastercard) as a Card-Not-Present (CNP) transaction or it'...
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Issue with Debit Card Payment But My Bank Says There's No Problem

I have had some curious but unpleasant experience with my debit card and want to know if someone's familiar with the problem. Basically, I got my VISA debit card from the UAE but lives in the US at ...
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How do credit card companies decide the credit limit of a newly issued card?

If someone is applies for a new credit card and gets approved, the credit card company will start them with a given credit limit. What is this limit based on? Is there a way to negotiate a higher ...
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file a complaint to bureaus of a company's residence if you live in another country?

Can I submit a consumer complaint to Better Business Bureau, federal Trade Commissionn, or the Consumer Frauds and Protection Bureau if I've bought a faulty product froma company based in Brooklyn, ...
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Is it possible to add a EUR Master Card in PayPal?

I have a bank account and two Master Cards with it: for USD and for EUR. I want to add EUR card in my PayPal account. Is it possible? Do PayPal accepts Euro or it will exchange Euro to US dollars?
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How do I reconcile a pre-payment on a credit card in Quickbooks?

I have two payments to credit card for the same period. One is tied to last month's reconciliation but the other one is just a prepayment because I wanted to charge the account over my limit, so I ...
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What can I do if I believe I made a debit card purchase from a fraudulent site

I made a purchase (via a debit card but without the PIN, so I believe that falls under credit card rules) and upon further investigation I'm pretty sure the site is fake and will shut down without a ...
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Paying by credit-card online without transmitting your real name (in Europe)? (state authorities tracking/verification are no problem)

I’m looking for a way to make online purchases (video games/streaming-services/etc)/donations without transmitting my name/similarly identifying info. Apparently in US you could use privacy.com or ...
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Ali Express and credit card frauds?

A lot of people around me claims that they have been victims of credit card thefts after shopping on Ali Express (one person even claims it happened several times). I am very sceptical to this because ...
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Credit card debt

A Russian-Norwegian dual nationality person I know took up 20000 pounds of credit card loans in Norway. He then went back to Russia and has lived there for 1 year now. He has not heard anything yet. ...
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Creating a separate entity for bank transactions

So you have your personal bank account. But I'm wondering if you can then create a separate bank account of some kind, either a business bank account or another personal one, and have the name on it ...
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Do credit card chargebacks apply to situations in which online retailer charges seller in favor of buyer?

This is the situation I have to deal with: One of the items I had listed with an online merchant sold. I shipped the item using standard postal service and provided buyer tracking information. A week ...
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Home Office Rent Expense Payment via C-Corp

I am a 1 person incorporated C-Corp software development company. (Although, I currently usually do not use the C-corp for most checks and contracts which just go straight to me as an individual.) ...
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Bank Investment Data in USA

Is data on investment practices of banks publicly available? If so, how can it be accessed? If not, are there any strategies to determine how a bank invests it's money?