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A New Way to Protect Against Identity Theft

Another day and another data breach. Actually, two of them. Trump Hotel Properties and Harvard University both announced recently they had possible breaches of their databases, exposing customers and students to identity theft. Significant data breaches are happening almost every … Continue reading

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The Postal Service Wants You to Bank at Your Post Office Elizabeth Warren would like ...
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WSFS Bank, a small financial institution in Wilmington, Delaware, has launched a new ATM that ...
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The LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Rate Report is based on our Complete Credit Card Index which tracks the advertised rates of ...
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NATIONAL HARBOR, MD - MARCH 6, 2014: Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Donald Trump's line of luxury hotels may be the latest victim of a credit card ...
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Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has fined two companies, Intersections, Inc. and Affinion Group ...
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TOKYO - APRIL 12: Multiple vending machines on April 12 2012 in Ueno Park Tokyo. Japan is famous for its vending machines with more than 5.5 million machines nationwide.
A new product from PayRange can turn any old vending machine into a "smart" vending ...
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LONDON - MAY 15: People walk by Barclays bank branch on May 15 2012 in London. Barclays was founded in 1690 and currently employs 146100 staff (2011).
Barclaycard is trying to beat the competition by releasing a contactless payment system ahead of ...
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Hershey PA USA - October 19 2014 - Chocolate House in HersheyPark amusement park
Hershey Park may have become the latest target of a data breach on debit and credit ...
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A staggering number of American consumers want to know more about data breaches than what ...
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