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JPMorgan Chase to Upgrade its ATM Facilities

By | January 28, 2016

It was announced recently that financial giant JPMorgan Chase is getting geared up to upgrade all of its ATMs in a bid to give consumers more choice and provide them with increased convenience. All of the cash machines owned and operated by Chase will receive the upgrade over the course of this year and it […]

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Author Claims Bad Credit Loan Regulations Created to ‘Wipe Out Industrty’

By | August 21, 2015

In places all over the world, particularly in the United States and the United Kingdom, public officials and bureaucrats are working to institute stringent regulations against the bad credit loan industry. Many of the reforms, either implemented or proposed, include capping interest rates, limiting the number of loans to just four and changing the way […]

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Starbucks to Offer Delivery in a Few Cities

By | November 11, 2014

The Management of American Global Coffee Company and Coffeehouse chain, Starbucks, has decided it will be starting a delivery service in a few selected cities of the United States of America in the near future. This decision was taken after a disappointing third quarter performance in which the company failed to achieve the targets and […]

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The Number of Payday Loans Have Decreased – Or Have They?

By | December 6, 2013

Recent data from Wisconsin indicates that the number of payday loans went down significantly after a bill for limiting lending practices was signed by the governor in 2010. In that year, 1.15 million payday loans were issued, adding up to a total value of $482 million. By 2012, the number of payday loans issued in […]

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How to Score Cheaper Car Insurance

By | February 3, 2013

Car insurance is the law in many different countries; customers are likely to be given a lot of options in choosing. It is important to realize that not all offers are tailor-made to every individual, but sifting through different points and offers can help individuals focus on what their requirements are. Understanding one’s insurance options […]

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Things to Know Before Signing with an Insurance Company

By | January 20, 2013

The first thing to realize when shopping for an insurance policy is to be aware of one’s needs, and look for a package that is comparatively suitably priced from other companies. For example, certain individuals like to go for 24 hour claims services, while others are more comfortable with opting for a quota process face […]

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The Importance of Customer Communication

By | January 10, 2013

Since there are now so many different options available for customers to choose from, insurance companies are now finding it harder than ever to utilize their communication strategies to reel them in. With the current economic environment, premium rates are constantly escalating as well which contributes to the communication problems. The policy makers in insurance […]

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Insurance Companies vs. Insurance Agents

By | December 27, 2012

There have been countless incidents where customers have gone through with their decision to go with either an insurance company or an insurance agent without being aware of the difference between the two. This lack of an informed decision may mean the insurance policy purchased is possibly unsuitable. There are some fundamental differences between insurance […]

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The Down Side of Co-Signing a Loan

By | November 9, 2012

Over the last week I’ve heard quite a few stories from people that have been burned on a co-signed loan, and had their credit score completely destroyed through the actions of another. Worse yet, in most of these situations, the person didn’t even know that a debt they had co-signed on had been neglected. This […]

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When Will the US Dollar Rebound?

By | November 5, 2012

Having watched the US Dollar decline dramatically over the last few years, the nation’s purchasing power as a whole has been reaching extremely low levels. However, as the bottom of the drop seems to still be nowhere in sight, economists are continuing to predict a return to value over the next few years. Mainly as […]

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Evaluating the “Grexit” as an Economic trend

By | November 2, 2012

As the European crisis continues to escalate the amount of political uncertainty that is moving today’s markets, it is interesting to notice how issues that were once seemingly resolved tend to return to haunt the market as often as possible. Most recently, the re-emergence of Greek risk has lead to another near-melt-down in the market, […]

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