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Debit card account fraud is on the rise. I want to tell you the best way I know to protect yourself. If your credit card is compromised, the harm to you is relatively small. You contact the issuer to report false charges and you may have to do some paperwork, ...
Many colleges are in cahoots with banks to dupe students into thinking there is a benefit to getting a combined student ID and refund card. There are some dubious practices taking place on campuses across the country related to student cards. I've told you before that many schools get kickbacks ...
Crooks are taking advantage of upcoming changes to the Affordable Care Act to con unsuspecting citizens. Know the scam so you don't get ripped off.
If you're ever sued for credit card debt that you don't really owe, there's a simple step you can take that will almost guarantee you'll win the lawsuit.
Only 15% of the victims of this cram scam are aware they're being ripped off. Don't be one of them!
The next time you swipe your plastic at a merchant, remotely installed criminal malware could be stealing your credit or debit card number. These two tips will protect you.
If you owe money, your elected officials may be trying to trick you into thinking you'll be prosecuted or maybe even go to jail if you don't pay up. Clark explains.
Your bank could soon be trying an unusual strategy to fight back against all the online scammers impersonating them in cyberspace.
America practically invented credit cards, yet we've been the only place on Earth that does not use the secure world standard of smart chip technology in our cards....until now. American Express and Bank of America have both announced they'll begin implementing "chip and pin" technology in their cards. Here's how ...
Skimmers are back at ATMs and with them the threat of crooks emptying your account if they capture your card info. Clark shares a couple of ways you can detect them and protect your money.