Posts with the category ‘Credit Cards’


How Safe Is Venmo And Why Is It Free?

By Trevir Nath | Updated October 17, 2017   Founded in 2009, Venmo began as a payment system through text message. However, as the peer-to-peer (P2P) economy has grown, Venmo has capitalized on the opportunity by introducing the platform as a social network in itself. Within months of its launch in March 2012, Venmo gained enough popularity that Braintree acquired the company for $26.2 million. Braintree, operating as the payment system for apps including Airbnb and Uber, was later acquired with Venmo by payment tycoon PayPal Holdings… Read More


A Little Nagging Can Help Reduce Credit Card Debt

By Ann Carrns While no one likes to be nagged, a bit of prodding — with periodic emails or online messages — can help consumers reduce their credit card debt, a new study has found. The research, conducted by the Urban Institute and the D2D Fund, sought to determine if reminding people about simple financial “rules of thumb” could help them lower their credit card debt. Read more here.


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