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A recent phising scam resulted in hundreds of thousands of dollars being rerouted to a Russian bank. Now, the lawyer whose account was hacked and the bank that allowed it are prepared for a court battle.
Several Alabama football players are in legal hot water for assaulting and stealing cash and credit cards of other students.
al-Qassam Cyber Fighters announced they would no longer target American banks with their denial of service attacks. That could change though if other videos on YouTube aren’t removed.
Wondering where the protection extras are for your credit card? You might have been paying more than you realize – and CFPB is out to make sure you aren’t forced to do so.
Facebook truly is becoming intertwined with our lives outside the technological bubble. Now, we can even buy stock of our favorite companies – and it’s easy, streamlined and safe.
In another arrest, this time in south Florida, a waitress is caught skimming customer credit card information from a Chili’s restaurant.
Congressman Chris Murphy’s relection website was used as a testing ground for credit card thieves.
It could have been thousands of plaintiffs in a massive class action lawsuit. Instead, Heartland Payment Services was ordered to pay damages to only eleven of those consumers who opted in.
Hawaii says it’s had enough of banks’ deceptive practices. It sued seven of the nation’s biggest banks and credit card companies on Monday.
The switch in the U.S. has begun. Visa announced there are now 1 million credit cards and debit cards that have the new technology.
An audit revealed Normandy, MO Mayor Patrick Green may have been using his city issued credit card fraudulently. An investigation is underway to determine if trips, airfare and shopping excursions at home improvement stores were lawful.
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.
We should be able to trust our relatives, especially when it comes to caring for elderly parents and grandparents. A new report suggests some family members are never to be trusted with credit cards and financial documents of senior citizens. …
Protecting your financial information online is important, but don’t assume thieves aren’t using those tried and true methods of yesterday.
Trouble appears to be brewing for Google Wallet, specifically, a vulnerability found in Android apps might provide a hacker everything he needs to steal your credit card information.
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