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The banking industry will likely fight efforts for more transparency. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to publish consumer complaints.
In another arrest, this time in south Florida, a waitress is caught skimming customer credit card information from a Chili’s restaurant.
We know criminals like to stay a step ahead of the law when it comes debit card and credit card theft. Here’s the latest on what you can do to protect your identity.
Congressman Chris Murphy’s relection website was used as a testing ground for credit card thieves.
It happened in 2008, though it went largely unnoticed; now, though, the Obama campaign has once again disabled its credit card verification for online donations. Is your credit card safe?
Anonymous may have been crippled over the weekend, but The Consortium was waiting on the sidelines and made its presence known with a breach of 30,000 credit card accounts from DigitalPlayground.
Anonymous, the global hacking group that’s claimed credit for many penetrations into an impressive – and growing – list of agencies just released…
Vladimir Zdorovenine and his son Kirill Zdorovenine have been indicted for credit card fraud, wire fraud and computer fraud. Kirill is still at large while his father is in American custody and preparing to stand trial.
There are new ways to fend off those seeking to steal your identity, credit card information and other financial information. Now’s the time to incorporate it.
The hack group Anonymous spent its Christmas stealing credit card information from Stratfor, a security think tank in Texas.
One New York based company announced 200,000 of its customers’ credit cards were stolen and the information, including names, verification codes and expiration dates, were routed to Russia.
Do you incorporate disposable credit card numbers while shopping online? If you’re a Discover consumer, you won’t have the option after September 8, 2011.
Just because you’re a small business doesn’t mean you’re not vulnerable to hackers looking to steal credit card numbers. The FBI and Secret Service say it’s a growing problem and it’s costing these small business owners.
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