CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' ID Protection'
al-Qassam Cyber Fighters promised they would begin their denial of service attacks again this spring. True to their word, they’ve already hit one big bank this week.
Not everyone who’s fallen victim to identity theft will have a funny plot line. Here’s how to protect yourself from real life identity thieves.
You can now snap a picture with your mobile phone and deposit it instantly if you’re a Bank of America customer.
Google Wallet still has a few problems and some say it jeopardizes efforts in the U.S. to move payment options to our smartphones.
Is the Global Payments crisis “mushrooming”? Some analysts think so. Here’s the latest on the Global Network breach that could be affecting millions of consumers this very moment.
The Federal Trade Commission releases a report that should make the three major credit bureaus take notice.
You might be surprised to learn just how easy it is to skim your credit card or bank information from gas pumps and other places you swipe. Here’s how to protect yourself.
March is International Fraud Prevention month. There are things you can do to keep from becoming a victim to credit card and identity thieves.
There are tons of stories about people convinced they can get away with credit card theft. No one gets away with it every time, but there are some who squeak by from time to time and are never apprehended.
January is Data Privacy month. This is the ideal time to change passwords and double check to ensure you’re as safe as possible with your credit cards and bank accounts.
Chase is the first card company out of the gate that will be incorporating EMV chip technology. Take a look at a few of this company’s credit card offers, including the co-branded British Airways offer which is the first card in the Chase family with the new technology.
Think your buying habits at the grocery store can’t transcend into an online effort of targeting the ads you see while surfing the web? Think again. Both MasterCard and Visa have found a way to do just that.