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Whose Fault Is Fraud? The Complicated Reality Of Debit Card Transactions

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September 29th 2016 by
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When you use your debit card, you can see interaction among three parties: 1.) You tell a merchant you’d like to buy something. 2.) That merchant tells your credit union to pay money from your account. 3.) Your credit union asks you to authorize the transaction. If something goes wrong in that process, you assume it’s the fault of one of these three parties. In the modern financial world, though, nothing is simple. Here’s a look at three other places a financial transaction could go south and how to protect yourself. 1.) The point-of-sale system There are only a handful…

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Why You Should Check Your Child’s Credit Score

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June 21st 2016 by
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It is pretty obvious that we should all check our credit reports for fraudulent activity.  However, it is also a good idea to check your child’s credit report as well.  Sound strange?  Unfortunately, identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in our country, and it’s affecting all ages. Identity Theft and Children Before your children are even old enough to apply for a credit card or student loans, keep a close eye on their credit reports because they are still at risk for identity theft.  Identity thieves find targeting children to be ideal because they can get away with the…

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Keep Your Passwords Protected

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January 23rd 2016 by
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Password concerns are growing as hackers develop more advanced ways of accessing people’s various accounts. Passwords that are not secure put you at risk of becoming a victim of identity theft and you can also lose access to your accounts. Creating not only lengthy, but also secure passwords can help reduce the chance of your accounts being hacked. In an attempt to create more secure passwords, many people are making passwords longer, but these passwords are often too simple. Also, basic passwords such as “123456” and “password” are high on the list of the worst passwords presented by SplashData. SplashData…

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