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Banks Target MVBs, Most Vulnerable Bankers, to Keep Overdraft “Protection” Before Regulation E Comes Into Effect

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Overdraft “protection” as we know it in America will make a positive change August 15, 2010. Considering to protect something means to cover or shield from exposure, injury, damage, or destruction, overdraft “protection” is anything but that. I view it as one of those “convince” fees. Let’s just call it what it is: a service charge. Most banks charge a ... Read More »

Credit Card or Debit Card: The Great Debate

Credit Card vs. Debit Cards A Side-by-Side Comparison

Having trouble getting approved for a credit card? Do you have bad credit? Maybe a debit card is the answer. Today, more and more banks and financial institutions are rushing to issue their customers debit cards. In fact, many of these companies routinely issue “enhanced” ATM cards that can also be used as debit cards to make purchases. This article ... Read More »

Beware of Your Debit Card. Credit Cards are Safer.

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Why a Debit Card is Not All That Attractive The debit card has an allure for many because it allows people to make credit card like transactions without the fear of debt but all of that comes at a price and a risk. A debit card is not a credit card, obviously. With a debit card, transactions are paid from ... Read More »

Debit Card & Credit Card Details Stolen at McDonald’s

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A pair of card detail thieves have been caught in McDonald’s in Australia. Apparently the pair was getting card details from several Perth, Australia McDonald’s and managed to steal $4 million from Western Australia banks. Thousands of Western Australians have had their card details stolen at several McDonald’s restaurants across Perth since October. Police allege the 31-year-old Canadian man and ... Read More »

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