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Wendy’s: the Latest “Big Attack” Putting Your Good Credit at Risk

What was initially thought to be a mere 5% of Wendy’s fast-food locations hit by the criminal minds that put your good credit at risk, has now expanded to impact at least 1,025 nationwide stores – at least 34 of them located in Pennsylvania. Wendy’s is placing blame for the breach on an unnamed third-party...

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Are Free Trials Really Free?

Many companies offer 30 day trials for consumers to test out a product or service without making a commitment. What consumers don’t realize is that the fine print terms and conditions may be signing them up for more than a free trial. Read The Fine Print Companies sneak in long-term agreements and subscriptions into the...

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Keep Debit And Credit Cards Safe From Fraud

As technology is ever-changing, Debit and Credit Card processors steadily monitor accounts for fraudulent charges. At the same time criminals are constantly finding ways to get private information from consumers. If you find that you have charges on your account that are fraudulent, follow the steps below to start the dispute. Block Your Card If you find...

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How To Keep Your Wallet Safe From Fraud

Finding fraud on your account can be scary, but there are ways to prevent your accounts from being hacked. Keep Track Of Your Transactions If you receive mail statements, review them as soon as you receive them If you use online banking, you should check your accounts at least once a week The sooner you find fraudulent...

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Keep Your Identity Safe and Secure

Identity thieves have more access than ever to your personal information. They will go through garbage not only from your home, but from local businesses or the dump. They pretend to work for important companies such as your doctor’s office, medical insurance company, or the government and call or e-mail you to retrieve your personal...

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