The latest news in Australian credit cards, and how it affects your choices.
At creditcardfinder.com.au, we endeavour to provide our users with the most up-to-date credit card news to help you make informed decisions when comparing your options.
On this page, you find news stories regarding advances in credit card technology’ new offers, features and promotions; and reforms by regulators including the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Rather than simply reporting on these stories, we provide our users with practical tips and advice to help you find the right card and best way to manage your finances in a rapidly-changing environment.
Scroll down to read the most recent credit card news and stay up-to-date with the latest reports.
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ANZ will be cutting earn rates on the Black and Platinum credit cards in March 2016. Learn how you could be impacted by these cuts here.
Updates from Virgin Frequent Flyer have decreased the value of their credit card rewards, learn about the latest updates here.
Westpac will pay $1 million for irresponsibly increasing credit card limits. Find out whether you are eligible to receive payout here.
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