Money Talk: Six ways to achieve a better FICO score and meet your financial goals

by Shelton on June 21st, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

For example, you deposit $500 on your secured credit card, you now have a $500 credit limit on your card. If you decide to increase it to $1000, you pay the $1000 upfront and you can borrow against it up to $1000.

NAFCU to CFPB: CARD Act puts burden on CUs, relief needed

by Shelton on June 21st, 2017

filed under Uncategorized

More specifically, Kossachev noted that the CARD Act's ability to pay requirements, as applied to secured credit cards, has made it harder for credit unions to help those individuals who need access to credit the most.