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According to a new survey of U.S. retailers, no-signature retailers may be more common than signature retailers within the next year. The National Retail Federation's latest payments study found that 44 percent of retailer respondents said they will drop the signature requirement for credit cards by year's end, if they haven't already.
Ninety-five percent of the retailers also said they believe PIN authentication should be enabled for credit cards, with 92 percent reporting they would implement such a system if banks made the security measure available.
This data comes from "State of Retail Payments: Outlook for 2019," the latest installment of a biennial survey it conducts with Forrester. NRF released the results Nov. 14.
Different credit card issuers apply cash back rewards in very different ways. Here's a look at the policies of cards from Wells Fargo, American Express, Chase and Capital One.
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Capital One just announced a little something extra for Capital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card holders – free unlimited membership with Postmates from now until December 2019 if you sign up with your card.
If you are on the hunt for a straightforward but rewarding travel credit card, Capital One has a few great options. Whether you are looking for a business or personal card, you can earn flexible miles on your everyday purchases.
Chase has announced the 5 percent cash back categories for the first quarter of 2019. From Jan. 1 through March 31, 2019, Chase Freedom cardholders can earn 5 percent back at gas stations, drugstores and tolls.
A new CreditCards.com study found Southern states took nine of the top 10 spots for states most burdened by debt, with New Mexico carrying the heftiest debt load in the nation.
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