If you like paying with checks, you can still find plenty of places willing to take your money. But beware the risk of identity theft.
Does signing the back of your credit card still actually help prevent fraud?
The good news is that all you need to block a thief from stealing data from your contactless credit card is some metal in your wallet.
Identity theft affects millions, costs billions and is a nightmare to sort out. But you can get protection -- and it's free.
New bank apps promise fast money transfers between you and your pals. But you may still want to carry cash.
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The superhacker who obtains your credit card information in a data breach is many steps removed from the 'mules' who use it to make fraudulent purchases.
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