This is actually what’s left of the original company and is now called KServicing. It was one of the biggest lenders in the first year of the Paycheck Protection Program.
U.S. Bank for illegally accessed customers’ credit reports and opened checking and savings accounts, credit cards, and lines of credit without customers’ permission.
Bilt Rewards today announced the public launch of its free rent reporting service, available immediately to residents living within Bilt Alliance buildings.
Google will soon offer Chrome users the ability to use a virtual credit card number when making payments online.
For only $299, British-Polish company Walletmor, will implant a tiny microchip in your hand and you can just wave at payment terminals.
Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion, announced this week significant changes to medical collection debt reporting to support consumers faced with unexpected medical bills.
The IRS announced Monday that it will transition away from using a third-party service for facial recognition to help authenticate people creating new online accounts.
Chase filed more than 1,000 consumer debt lawsuits around Houston last year after filing only seven in 2020. Other cities show similar numbers as well.
Cash App Taxes is a new free service from Cash App users. It was previously known as Credit Karma Tax, which some people might be familiar with.
Cryptocurrencies are now more popular than ever. But if you own or trade crypto, IRS wants to know about it.
Earnings over $600 through third-party payments apps will now be reported to the IRS. The new rule went into effect on January 1, 2022.
The Internal Revenue Service announced that this year’s tax season will start on Monday, January 24, 2022, when the tax agency will begin accepting and processing 2021 tax year returns.
The Treasury Department has announced a new tool to register for the monthly child tax credit created under the American Rescue Plan. This is designed to help families who normally aren’t required to file tax returns.
A group of about 10 major banks, including Chase, Wells Fargo, and U.S. Bank, will begin sharing information about customers’ deposit account records with each other as an alternative underwriting method for credit cards.
Venmo today announced the launch of crypto on Venmo, a new way for Venmo’s more than 70 million customers to buy, hold and sell cryptocurrency directly within the Venmo app.
Visa today announced that it will allow the use of USD Coin (USDC), a stablecoin backed by the US dollar, to settle a transaction with Visa over Ethereum.
The Wall Street Journal has published a report today saying that the Justice Department has opened an investigation into Visa’s debit card business and possible anticompetitive practices. Visa shares dropped 4.54% after the report.
The Internal Revenue Service is planning to delay the April 15 tax filing deadline by about one month to taxpayers additional time to file returns and pay any amounts owed to the IRS.
The no-fee stock trading app Robinhood was hit with class-action lawsuits Thursday almost immediately after restricting the trading of stocks popularized by a Reddit forum. Several Robinhood users filed separate lawsuits against the brokerage app.
Congress included up to $284 billion toward the small business loan program as part of the Covid-19 relief package that went into effect near the end of 2020.