When you punch in a PIN to pay with your debit card, you're saving the store -- and maybe yourself in the long run -- some money.
Free checking accounts could be next casualty as banks seek to replace revenue lost to credit card and overdraft reforms.
Bank teller offers an insider's look at how young people manage their money.
Starting in July, debit and ATM charges that overdraw accounts will be denied.
These ID theft devices are probably more common than you think.
Customers would prefer that banks deny debit card purchases.
Service also lets friends bail you out 'from the comfort of home.'
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