NOT SEEN ON T.V.: John Ulzheimer helps you read the signs to tell if your debt is out of control.
A consumer revolt forces the hand of one of the nation's largest banks to refund some cardholders money. But has their credit already been damaged?
European Union regulators said Wednesday they would drop a threat to fine MasterCard after the company promised to temporarily cut fees it charges for cross-border card purchases which can hike costs for shops.
How do you work yourself out of debt? Credit expert John Ulzheimer advises.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: Credit expert John Ulzheimer has these tips for getting your score back to where it should be.
FICO did a study measuring the breadth of credit card limit reductions as well as the subsequent impact to consumer’s credit scores. Here are the results.
When a spouse dies, does his credit history become the remaining spouse's if the credit cards were both in their names?
Plus, Cramer discusses credit-card and drug stocks, as well as the housing bottom.
Key Democratic lawmakers are pushing legislation that would block creditors charging high interest rates on credit cards from collecting from consumers in bankruptcy proceedings.
If you have negative stuff on your credit report, but it is correct, then it can’t be removed by anyone, including those credit repair agencies that say they can.
Should I do it myself or asking my banker to assist me? Here's a better idea, courtest of John Ulzhheimer.
Here's a look at the state of interest rates on five common consumer banking products and the latest rates from Bankrate.com's weekly national survey of large banks and thrifts conducted March 18, 2009.
The best way to pay your bills online without sacrificing your safety.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: John Ulzheimer reveals the top three things you can do to hurt your credit without even knowing it.
Also, the CEO of Fair Isaac breaks down how the credit bureaus come up with your scores.
John Ulzheimer explains the difference in regard to credit counselors.
NOT SEEN ON T.V.: John Ulzheimer reveals how you can effectively dispute an error on your credit report.
Bud is a self-described 'old guy' with good credit and no debt. So is a high-interest credit card that he barely uses helping or hurting his credit score?
The first-of-its-kind survey asked people if they have suffered adverse treatment from their card issuer. And the answers were astounding.
John Ulzheimer reveals the shopping behavior that your issuer is watching out for.