Kotak Mahindra Bank Debit Cards, Credit Cards users alert! Update on making payments, bills



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Kotak Mahindra Bank on Wednesday announced that its VISA debit and credit cardholders can now make payments via the Google Pay mobile app. Using a process called tokenisation that hides sensitive card information, Kotak customers can now link their Kotak debit and/or credit card to Google Pay and then seamlessly and securely digitally transact using their mobile phones across different payment platforms.

“Not only is this process highly secure, but also very convenient as cardholders now do not need to enter their card information for every transaction, transforming the end-user experience,” Kotak Mahindra Bank said.

“Under this value proposition, Kotak customers can now use their Kotak VISA debit and/or credit cards to make payments virtually via Google Pay. Put simply, sensitive card information such as the card number, expiry date, CVV etc. is replaced with a ‘token’, and this token gets used for processing payments

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Amazon Prime Credit Card Offers 25% Back on Many Items

Amazon Prime Day starts today, but yesterday some Amazon credit card holders got a nice treat from the online retailer. Amazon is offering up to 25% cash back on almost 3,400 products across several categories through Oct. 18. 

Key Takeaways

  • Eligible Amazon credit card holders can earn up to 25% back on select products from Oct. 12 through Oct. 18. 
  • You qualify if you have the Amazon Prime Store Card or the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card.
  • Eligible cardholders will get up to 20% cash back in addition to the 5% back they already earn with their Prime credit cards.
  • Shoppers can choose from hundreds of eligible items across a long list of categories.

The Amazon Prime Credit Card Promotion Explained

Amazon Prime credit card holders already earn an impressive 5% cash back at Amazon.com and Whole Foods Market. But to mark this year’s Prime Day, the online retail

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Tidy Your Wallet By Cleaning Out Your Credit Cards





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With the pandemic far from being over, the need to evaluate our finances has become all the more important now. The widespread unemployment that the pandemic has brought in its wake has many of us struggling to transition from a double-income household to a single-income one.

If you’re tired of that sinking feeling every time you hold a Credit Card bill or get annoyed by those reminders to pay your annual fee even when you haven’t spent a dime on your Credit Card, it’s time to take a hard look at your finances. Or to be precise, your Credit Cards.

Over the years, as your expenses and needs have grown, you may have accumulated cards that, on second thought, you may never need. Credit Cards may make your wallets lighter but not if you’ve hoarded a whole stack you probably won’t ever use.

Step 1: Discard

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Marriott credit cards: Current welcome bonuses in 2020

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If you’re a Marriott loyalist, having a Marriott Bonvoy credit card is an easy way to boost your points earnings and work toward future award stays at your choice of more than 7,000 properties around the world. Even if you’re not planning on booking travel in the near future, keep in mind that Marriott points don’t expire until 24 months from your last account activity — and using a Marriott credit card is considered account activity.

For those looking to earn more Marriott points, this generous limited-time offer for the

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Deadline Reminder: The Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Reminds Investors of Looming Deadline in the Class Action Lawsuit Against Credit Acceptance Corporation (CACC)

BENSALEM, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Law Offices of Howard G. Smith reminds investors of the upcoming December 1, 2020 deadline to file a lead plaintiff motion in the class action filed on behalf of investors who purchased or otherwise acquired Credit Acceptance Corporation (“Credit Acceptance” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CACC) common stock between November 1, 2019 and August 28, 2020, inclusive (the “Class Period”).

Investors suffering losses on their Credit Acceptance investments are encouraged to contact the Law Offices of Howard G. Smith to discuss their legal rights in this class action at 888-638-4847 or by email to howardsmith@howardsmithlaw.com.

On Friday, August 28, 2020, the Massachusetts Attorney General (“AG”) filed a complaint against Credit Acceptance alleging that the Company made unfair and deceptive auto loans to consumers and engaged in unfair debt collection practices. Among other things, the complaint alleged that, since 2013, Credit Acceptance topped off the pools of

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Best travel credit cards for October 2020

While the coronavirus pandemic may have you grounded right now, when you get back to hitting the road or the skies, you’ll want to be equipped with the best credit card possible. Travel credit cards come with some of the highest travel reward rates available — each time you use one, the points you earn with your travel rewards card can be used towards a future (or sometimes a past) travel purchase. 

A travel rewards card also comes in handy for travel perks such as free TSA Precheck and Global Entry, priority boarding, exclusive hotel or rental car benefits and first-class upgrades for the frequent traveler.

Read more: Airline cards vs. travel credit cards: The pros and cons — and which one’s better for you

How to pick

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Royal Credit Union Announces New Vice President Business Lending Manager

Royal Credit Union Announces New Vice President Business Lending Manager

EAU CLAIRE, WI (October 12, 2020) — Royal Credit Union (Royal) has named Michael (Mickey) Noone as Vice President-Business Lending Manager.  He is responsible for establishing, leading and executing the strategic initiative for Business Lending at Royal.  Noone will develop and execute a comprehensive plan for business lending which includes oversight of originations and portfolio management. Noone will also lead business loan production while working collaboratively with executives and other leaders to meet lending objectives, manage risk and support operations.  Noone is assuming the role following the retirement of long time Royal team member and former VP-Business Lending Manager, David Thoe.

Noone is an accomplished leader and commercial lender with over 20 years of business banking experience.  He has a track record of strong business development, continuous improvements and strategic planning.  He is also a former business owner, non-profit founder

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Best Amazon credit cards of 2020



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Amazon’s Prime Day is just about here, and the deals are already starting to flow. But when you’re ready to pay for your Prime Day purchases, using the right credit card is vital. You could earn extra cash back — as much as 5% on every purchase — or points and miles to put toward future travel. Or, you may want to use a card that will extend the manufacturer’s warranty in the case of loss or damage.

You might even be able to take advantage of extra Amazon discounts during Prime Day by using a credit card that you already

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44% of Americans Plan to Apply for Store Credit Card This Holiday Season; Big Jump From 2019

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A lot more Americans say they’re likely to apply for a store credit card this holiday season than did in either of the previous two years, according to a new report from CompareCards by LendingTree.

That’s despite the fact that more than half (56%) of people who say they’ve had a store credit card say they’ve regretted getting one.

Full report: https://www.comparecards.com/blog/2020-store-card-report/ 

Key findings:

  • Big jump in interest in store cards: 44% of Americans say they’re at least somewhat likely to apply for a store card during the holiday shopping season. That’s up from 32% in 2019 and 24% in 2018.
  • Store card APRs fall: The average APR for a new store credit card is 24.24%, down from 25.41% in 2019, thanks largely to Federal Reserve interest rate cuts.
  • More regrets: More than half (56%) of those who have had a
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