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The extent of the Home Depot data breach deepened on Thursday when the company disclosed that hackers also stole 53 million email addresses. In September, Home Depot confirmed that a whopping 56 million credit and debit cards were affected by … Continue reading →
Even the federal government is feeling uneasy about the security of debit and credit cards. Reacting to the incredible number of data breaches at major retail chains, the United States government will now require that all federal benefits issued via … Continue reading →
Apple Pay, a revolutionary new payment system where consumers can make payments with a touch of their finger on their new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, will launch this Monday, October 20. Apple Pay allows consumers to store their … Continue reading →
International Dairy Queen has confirmed a data breach did take place in 395 locations and may have affected nearly 600,000 debit and credit cards. After an investigation that began in August, the company found that Backoff malware, used in so … Continue reading →
Walmart Prepares to Offer Low-Cost Checking Accounts Here comes Wal-Bank. After years of thwarted efforts to break into banking, Walmart is making its biggest foray yet into everyday financial services. Walmart, the nation's largest retailer, is teaming up with Green … Continue reading →
Jimmy John's is the latest company to suffer a major data breach. The sandwich shop chain confirmed today that criminals hacked into their point of sale systems at 216 stores and accessed customer debit and credit card information. The breach … Continue reading →
Earlier this month, Home Depot announced a data breach that hit its 2,200+ home improvement stores in America and Canada. The company now confirms that a whopping 56 million credit and debit cards were affected by the breach. The magnitude … Continue reading →
Millions of Americans' Wages Seized over Credit Card and Medical Debt Millions of Americans are still grappling with debt they've accumulated since the recession hit. And new numbers out show many are having a tougher time than you might think. … Continue reading →
Apple Pay Could Make you Poorer The new Apple payment system has extraordinary promise. With Apple Pay, you might not need a wallet, and you can leave your credit and debit cards at home. In terms of ease and convenience, … Continue reading →
Yesterday, Home Depot confirmed a breach of its payment data system that may affect any customer who used a debit or credit card since April. Since Home Depot has nearly 2,000 stores in the United States and another 180 in … Continue reading →
Home Depot's Credit Cards May Have Been Hacked A massive batch of credit and debit card information that went on sale on a criminal Internet site Tuesday may be from Home Depot stores and could be linked to hackers responsible … Continue reading →
Home Depot may be the latest American retailer to suffer a significant data breach. Today, a massive number of debit and credit card information appeared on a site where card numbers are illegally sold. According to security expert Brian Krebs, … Continue reading →
PayPal may be the most trusted name in online payment processing, but it can now be used in "the real world." The internet mogul is going live in two million retail locations across the country where Discover cards are accepted. … Continue reading →
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals denied a request by Home Depot and other merchants to speed up the appeals process in a class action settlement over swipe fees. The U.S. appeals court is postponing the briefing until the settlement … Continue reading →