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3 ways to boost online sales for extra cash

Sienna Kossman

Selling unused or unwanted goods online is like holding a rummage sale, but from the comfort of your couch. It’s even better if those online sales can help cushion a savings account or pay down debt. Here are three tips to help you improve your online sales skills.
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Criminal Charges, XLII: When it comes to credit card crimes, father knows best

Jeremy Simon

For some fathers, the education they pass down teaches their youngsters more about credit cards and crime than about what they actually should be doing with plastic. This week, Criminal Charges takes a look at three of these dads and the identity theft and card crimes they are accused of committing.
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Can forcing credit card use change behavior?

Tyler Metzger

Craigslist, the online classified service, has been under intense scrutiny the past few months. Craigslist’s potential answer to its PR nightmare? Credit cards. But can forcing card use change behavior?
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Master Ginger Peter: I need your debit card

Tyler Metzger

Read the story of Master Ginger Peter, the world-class Craigslist scammer who wants my bank account details. There’s only one way he’s getting them though, and it involves crayfish, childhood love, trade agreements and AIDS. Is he up for it?
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Identity theft hits in unexpected places

Emily Crone

It’s no secret that identity theft is becoming an increasingly common crime. What’s changing the game, however, his how people are committing the crimes. Criminals are constantly developing new schemes, and it’s important to stay aware of them to prevent becoming a victim. Here are two recent identity theft crimes worth highlighting.
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