College students major targets of identity theft scams

Jan 09, 2019 Dave King

College students generally worry about exams and studying, but it appears as though identity theft needs to also be a concern. Becoming a victim of this crime does significant damage to a consumer credit score, which is why extreme preventive


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Children are a growing target for identity theft

Jan 09, 2019 Walt Wojciechowski

Children are a growing target for identity theft

Parents and businesses may be startled to learn that children are a growing target for identity theft. Companies should take steps to protect even their youngest customers from fraud that may ruin their consumer credit reports. Staggering numbers Children


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Check fraud more common than ACH fraud

Jan 09, 2019 Sean Albert

Check fraud more common than ACH fraud

Businesses are starting to implement new electronic payment technologies for a number of reasons. Innovative services allow vendors and retailers to be more flexible in offering payment solutions to customers and many are realizing that they


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CFPB: Overdraft fees abundant with checking accounts

Jan 09, 2019 Sean Albert

American consumers have been using traditional bank checking accounts for years. However, a recently released white paper from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) shows that these accounts are becoming extremely costly for United


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Can mobile ads drive mobile payment adoption?

Jan 09, 2019 Dave King

Mobile payments have been labeled as the next big thing in electronic payments for several years, however, the concept has failed to reach the mainstream. Despite the promise of convenience that the technology offers, it's still very much a


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