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Go Ahead, Take a Guess Which Countries Have the Most Credit Card Fraud

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Now here is a study that will probably surprise some people. A recent survey by the Aite Group and ACI Worldwide of consumers who experience credit card fraud found some countries are much more at risk of consumers having their credit cards used fraudulently. As someone who has lived and travelled to many countries outside of the United States, a ... 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 Cards Less Safe Than Credit Cards & Please Use Your Credit Card Online

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Over the years I have been droning on and on about the differences between a debit card and a credit card regarding safety and why people need to be more afraid of using their card in a restaurant than online. Where does the waiter go with your card when you hand it to them? Debit cards and credit cards are ... Read More »

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