Monthly Archives: October 2016

Marcus by Goldman Sachs: Aims to End Cycle of High-Interest Credit Card Debt

Marcus by Goldman Sachs: Aims to End Cycle of High-Interest Credit Card Debt
October 13, 2016 No Comments »

A new service from investment bank Goldman Sachs called “Marcus” aims to help consumers pay off high-interest rate credit card debt once and for all. The smart-looking website seems to be appealing to today’s youth, with the option to apply ... Read More »

Credit Unions Need to Better Advertise Their No Fee Balance Transfer Offers

Credit Unions Need to Better Advertise Their No Fee Balance Transfer Offers
October 12, 2016 3 Comments »

Earlier this year, I pointed out that one of the best places to find a no fee balance transfer credit card is at a local credit union. Why? In short, they tend not to charge a transaction fee to complete ... Read More »

Credit Card Surfing Is Apparently a Thing

Credit Card Surfing Is Apparently a Thing
October 3, 2016 No Comments »

We’ve all heard about credit card churning, which is the art of opening and closing credit cards to take advantage of generous sign-up bonuses. But what about “credit card surfing?” At first glance, you might think it’s some sort of ... Read More »