Credit cards still safest way to pay

Three times this year, cybercriminals stole Brad Porter’s credit card data by hacking a retailer’s payment system. Each time, the bank or financial institution sent him a new card almost immediately. But when his data was stolen in a system breach this …
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Florida credit card thief arrested after posing for photo with stolen plastic: cops

Her mug shot came four months after her incriminating photo. Florida police arrested 26-year-old Mashana Michelle Harris Tuesday, after she willingly posed for a picture with a stolen credit card in July because the cashier was suspicious of the transaction.
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Protect your credit card during holiday shopping season

The Christmas season is now upon us, and credit cards are being used to pay for the goodies. Although they provide a convenience and a useful cataloging of what was spent, there is also increased danger of credit card fraud. Crooks love credit cards, and …
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Florida credit card thief mugs it up on camera: Brazen, daring or not bright?

The Florida credit card thief who posed with a stolen credit card after using it to purchase almost $500 in beauty supplies has made it to headline news today. She has people scratching their heads wondering what this credit card thief was thinking at the …
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Rebuilding credit WITHOUT using credit cards

Credit cards can be a polarizing subject. Many Americans love them for their security and convenience, but these very same qualities lead many cardholders into debt. After becoming overextended, cardholders may miss payments and find themselves with ruined …
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RBI cautions against credit card frauds in its name

The Reserve Bank of India, the country’s central bank, has cautioned customers against fraudsters issuing credit card in the banking regulator’s name and duping people. The banking regulator said the consumer is sent a credit card that allows withdrawal of …
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Fraudsters issuing fake credit cards to dupe people; RBI issues notice

KOLKATA: Fraud using credit cards or debit cards — one of the most prevalent ways to dupe public — has taken a new form. Fraudsters are now issuing credit cards in the name of institutions like Reserve Bank of India or International Monetary Fund.
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Reserve Bank Credit Card? Customer Beware!

MUMBIA: Ever heard of RBI Credit Card? It can probably best be described as the mother of all unsolicited credit cards. But the key difference is that such cards are being issued by fraudsters to misuse name of the central bank to swindle ignorant citizens.
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I just replaced every credit card in my wallet with Coin

Coin is not the future. This is important to make clear right off the bat. The future of payments will look much more like Apple Pay than it does Coin. In the digital age, there is no reason we should still have to carry paper money or plastic credit …
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How to Rebuild Your Credit Without Using Credit Cards

Credit cards can be a polarizing subject. Many Americans love them for their security and convenience, but these very same qualities lead many cardholders into debt. After becoming overextended, cardholders may miss payments and find themselves with …
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