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Romanian Citizen Busted For $1.5 Million Fraud Ring Of HSBC Customers

Last Thursday it was announced that Laurentiu Ilian Bulat was arrested yesterday for allegedly participating in a fraud ring that stole at least $1.5 million from HSBC customer bank accounts by installing “skimming” devices on more than 40 ATMs in Manhattan, Long Island, and Westchester, New York. According to the Complaint since May 2011, the U.S. Secret Service, together with ... Read More »

HSBC Gets Some Heat Over Ill-Marketed Payment Protection Plan

HSBC, “The World’s Local Bank,” is getting a lot of local and state-wide criticism today as suits are being filed against them for their poorly explained and ill-marketed “Payment Protection Plan”. Those especially impacted by this were wrongfully targeted and unqualified recipients of this plan including, retirees, people already on disability and part-time employees. – Source As an HSBC card ... Read More »

Credit Card Interest Rates by Credit Score, Type of Card and Issuer

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The most recent statistics on credit cards sorted by interest rates, types of cards, issuer, and credit score. By Type of Card By Issuer By Credit Score Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Read More »

I Bought an HP Computer Using Their Credit Card But I’m Being Penalized – Karen

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Karen “Dear Steve, I bought an HP computer with their credit card deferring the payment for 6 months. Missing the first payment $65 they charged a $39 late fee. I made double the payment to cover both. Since then payments were $150, 2 @ $120, $200. The late fee is still showing as a separate entity with its own finance ... Read More »

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