Users can also change their default billing address, shipping address, email and phone, for online app-based purchases with Apple Pay. This information can all be automatically entered after a user authorizes with their secure fingerprint via Touch ID.
Even if your iPhone only has one phone number, name, and email address associated with you, you still must open each individual setting and choose a default.
Of course, even with Touch ID security and the fact that credit cards are listed by only their last four digits, adding all of this is a great deal of personal information to have stored in Passbook. Because of this, Apple has also added a new security feature specific to iCloud.
If your monthly to-do list
includes dedicating a chunk of change to your credit card balance – or multiple
balances – you’re not alone. Approximately
4 in 10 Americans carry revolving debt on their credit cards, according to a 2012
survey by the National Foundation for Credit Card Counseling and the Network
Branded Prepaid Card Association. And although the average debt varies by
source, credit reporting agency TransUnion puts the sum at $4,878, not
including zero-balance cards and retail credit cards.
are only so many ways to pay off a credit card if you have a significant amount
of debt and an insignificant amount of money....
Office supply retail chain Staples is investigating a possible cybersecurity breach that could have compromised customer payment data, which could make the retailer the latest to join the club of hacked corporations including Target and Home Depot.
Staples is in the process of investigating a potential issue involving credit card data and has contacted law enforcement, Staples spokesman Mark Cautela said in a statement late Monday according to Reuters. We take the protection of customer information very seriously, and are working to resolve the situation.
The disclosure came after cybersecurity investigative journalist Brian Krebs revealed in a blog post last week that multiple...
Soldiers and Army civilians have been given the green light to pay moving expenses with government-issued credit cards.
The July 25 policy change — which brings the Army into line with the Air Force, a Navy pilot program and changes that the Marine Corps is preparing to implement — makes moving easier for personnel traveling to new duty stations since they don’t have to rack up charges on personal credit cards or apply for advance travel pay, according to a Department of Defense news release.
Ultimately, we want to extend this initiative to all federal civilians and uniformed members, said Harvey Johnson, the director of the Defense Travel Management Office,...
More than 60,000 Kansas City residents were unemployed in August 2014, a number which is likely to increase due to the recent workforce reduction plan announced at Sprint Corp., leaving some community members facing life and career transitions. Many employees have seen their companies face the possibility of layoffs over the past several years, and for those whose jobs are eliminated, the parting offer of severance pay may help ease the transition.
What is Severance Pay?
Typically, severance pay is a form of compensation to employees who have been laid off or had their position eliminated, though it may also include payment to employees who leave the company for other reasons....
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Sheriffs Office is searching for a woman who has been using stolen credit cards around the First Coast.
JSO says credit cards and a check book were taken last week, Oct. 17, from a car in the 7500 block of San Jose Boulevard. Soon after, a woman (pictured above) used the stolen cards to make purchases at Walgreens stores in Duval and St. Johns counties. A stolen check was also used at Navy Federal Credit Union.
Anyone who has any information regarding the identity of this unknown suspect is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office at 904-630-0500. You can email us at JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org. To remain anonymous and receive...
An American friend has recently taught me a new word, vetocracy, to describe the state of US politics. Well, how ironic! We have that in Hong Kong already even though we dont have full democracy.
The term, my friend says, refers to how the two main political parties in the United States are so polarised along ideological lines and under the influence of powerful interest groups that they exercise a veto over any policy they dislike. The much admired separation of powers has led to gridlock on the most pressing issues for Americans.
We have our own version of vetocracy, thanks to the pan-democrats avowed campaign of non-cooperation. It started yesterday with a request to fund...
In a disclosure made at a Springfield, Mass., bankruptcy court on Tuesday, GT Advanced Technologies – which had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on October 6 – said that it has worked out an agreement with its biggest creditor, Apple, for settling its debt to the tech giant.
The deal, which has not yet been approved by court, was reached by the lawyers for both GT and Apple on Tuesday. Under the terms of the deal, GT will retain the ownership of more than 2,000 furnaces – which were used for producing sapphire crystals for the screens and lenses of Apple devices – installed at the Apple-financed Mesa, Arizona, plant.
As per the deal, GT will...
We slice and dice the list of Kelley Blue Book 2014 Best Resale Value award winners to find those most suitable for borrowers with credit issues
At Auto Credit Express we want buyers with bad credit to realize that there is a difference between the price and cost of a new car. Price is what you pay for a vehicle while cost is the total overall expense of a car, truck or SUV over the lifetime of ownership. These costs are related to its fuel efficiency, reliability, maintenance and, in particular, depreciation. Understanding the difference is key when it comes time to develop your loan budget.
According to those in the know at Kelley Blue Book, during a typical...
Buyers with less than perfect credit might want to take advantage of a special type of used car known as a program vehicle or executive car.
Buying a Program Car
Most borrowers with bad credit will choose to finance a used car because theyre more affordable. But even in this case buyers can be given choices. In addition to regular used cars as well as certified used cars that come with a manufacturer-backed extended service contract, theres also a third type of used car.
What is a Program or Executive Car?
Called program, factory executive or brass hat vehicles, these are used cars that have been owned by the manufacturer and either leased or provided to executives...