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Older Australians are increasingly asking for help in managing credit card debt.
$478 million stolen from Australians accounts in 1.8 million transactions.
Promotional offers to avoid crippling credit card debt are useful, but not free.
Key lenders promise to improve lending practices after ASIC review.
Watchdog flags payment risks for consumers ahead of Christmas season.
Credit cards are about to become more resistant to fraudsters.
ASIC report urges reform to protect consumers from lifelong struggle.
Ellie fears security breach after her bankcard was copied.
Which accounts to choose in order to avoid incurring surcharges when you shop
Commonwealth Bank slashes credit card interest by 25 per cent.
Beat the banks at their own game by avoiding fees when you switch.
Here’s how to spot the warning signs of a credit card scam.
Did you know that Australians owe over $50 billion on their credit cards?
AMEX’s new travel card could challenge options from the big four banks.
An email scam demanding credit card details has hit 20,000 Telstra customers.
Do you choose to pay the $2 ATM fee for the sake of convenience?
Apple Pay is finally set to launch in Australia this year, but is this good ...
CHOICE has called on the banks to pass on the latest RBA rate cut to ...
Aldi has been warned over implementing surcharges without telling customers.
Maurice Blackburn will today lodge a class action lawsuit against several banks.
In Australia alone consumers have racked up a staggering $49.5 billion in credit card debt
The alleged operators of the ‘Microsoft scam’ calls have been shut down
Keeping track of where your money goes isn’t the easiest task. It does, however, seem ...
We all like to think we understand the basics of money management. Whether it’s ...
Recently, Drew found himself the target of a supermarket scam and he’s not been the only one, judging by the number of emails warning of similar incidents. Currently making the rounds are emails which warn about the dangers of paying with your card at the supermarket ...
After the recent closure of her local Borders bookshop, YOURLifeChoices subscriber Mary wants to purchase books from online book retailer, Amazon. Mary is hesitant due to increasing cyber theft and fraud. Webmaster Drew explains how to buy securely online. Q. Dear Drew, ...
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