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Plenty of Americans are using cashing while safer, higher-security cards await their rollout.
A startup in California offers a remote control for your credit cards.
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference begins today, with an Apple iWatch and NFC chip one of the big rumors.
More than half of those surveyed said they'd be less likely to do business with a company after a security data breach.
Target is spending big to popularize European-style credit safety measures and reassure its customers.
The Stop Errors in Credit Use and Reporting Act is designed to reduce the problems consumers experience through errors in their scores.
Last week it was Bank of America, but the consumer agency has been busy with several companies these past two years.
A study indicates an astounding 43% of identity theft cases last year were the result of poor security practices by those caring for your health.
How responsible are your kids? The cards they carry for emergencies are ultimately your responsibility.
Prepaid debit cards have become a popular alternative to checking accounts for more of us, especially those of us under the age of 50.