Turkey's Halkbank has become the third state bank to declare a low-interest rate campaign for citizens to pay off their credit card debts.
Hackers have posted personal data from hundreds of German politicians from major parties including credit card details and mobile phone numbers, with Chancellor Angela Merkel among those affected, local media reported on Friday.
Sofia. The terminals for the purchase of e-vignettes will operate with debit and credit cards, no cash payments. This is what Road Infrastructure Agency Chair Svetoslav Glosov said during a presentation on e-vignette purchase for cars and vehicles of up to 3.5 tonnes at self-service terminals, Focus News Agency reports.
The use of installments for credit card shopping and loans in Turkey will be governed by new regulations under a decree published in the Official Gazette on Aug. 15.
Tourists are being encouraged to pay with plastic during their holidays in Greece - and to always ask for a receipt - by a new campaign from the country's tax authority.
The "Apodixi_Please" (Receipt, Please) campaign of the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) is being promoted on posters and online (aade.gr/apodixi).
Greek banks are charging Greek and foreign holders of debit and credit cards issued abroad 2-3 euros every time they withdraw cash from an ATM.
The new commission fee came into effect at the end of July and was immediately noticed by both tourists and Greeks who have accounts at banks outside Greece.
Turkey's banking watchdog plans to limit consumer loans and borrowing on credit cards to support financial stability and the macroeconomic balancing process.
Istanbul police have busted a criminal gang specialized in cloning credit cards of restaurant customers and that has so far made 3 million Turkish Liras ($730,000).