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Happy birthday to the ATM and other things to know this week

Taylor Tompkins

This week’s (un)lucky number is:  $60 million Now, this week’s number is only unlucky if you’re TransUnion. If you’re one of the consumers mistaken for a possible terrorist or drug dealer, you’re doing much better. TransUnion had to pay that $60…
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Card denied? Here’s what to do and not do

Julie Loffredi

Ever hand over your card at a restaurant only to have the server say that it was denied? We’ve all be there. Even Justin Bieber. When he flashed his credit card to pay for his foot-long sandwich at Subway, the…
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4 handy travel gadgets for credit card lovers

Julie Loffredi

There are two things I never want to lose when I travel: my credit cards and my smartphone. Luckily, there are some cool travel gadgets that can help prevent these types of mishaps and make nervous Nellies like me feel…
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Confessions of a recovering careless cardholder

Julie Loffredi

I have a confession. I am a recovering careless cardholder. That’s right. I’ve been sloppy in the past about safeguarding my information, and it has landed me in trouble. The result? My credit card numbers have been stolen multiple times.…
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