Fewer foreclosures could push consumers to spend more

Jan 07, 2014 Philip Burgess

Following the financial crisis, millions of American homes were foreclosed on, which led people to pull back on spending while they got back on their feet. Now that the housing market is in full recovery mode and foreclosures are becoming less


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Consumers need help to prevent identity theft

Jan 07, 2014 Dave King

With identity theft becoming more frequent in the digital age, consumers need assistance in avoiding this crime. While many people are aware that identity theft can damage consumers credit scores and other financials, but knowing how to prevent


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Businesses must get serious about ID verification

Jan 07, 2014 Dave King

Identity theft has been the most complained about crime in the United States for years, leading many regulatory entities to pass new ID verification and data security legislation. Law enforcement has also become far more active in its pursuit


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Popular cafe rolls out mobile payments

Jan 07, 2014 Dave King

The days of paying for products with cash and credit cards may be a thing of the past soon, as mobile payments are becoming more popular. According to the Financial Post, Tim Hortons recently introduced a barcode-based payment option that is


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Identity theft is more common than people think

Jan 07, 2014 Dave King

In the day-to-day life of the average consumer, identity theft probably isn't even in the top 10 of concerns. However, people would be smart to put more of a focus on this crime, as the Bureau of Justice Statistics reported that it occurs more


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