ID Theft

Many Americans Fail to Protect Themselves from Identity Theft

November 3, 2014
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By LowCards.com A new report from AARP shows Americans are not taking the proper steps to protect themselves from identity theft. Approximately 12% of Americans 18 years of age or older have been the victims of identity theft within the last 12 months. In addition, 41% have been notified by a company they work...

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10 Reasons Why Apple Pay is Far Superior to CurrentC

October 31, 2014
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By LowCards.com Apple Pay was introduced just 10 days ago, but one thing is becoming very apparent: Apple Pay is far superior to CurrentC, the planned payment system run by a multi-billion dollar consortium of retailers known as MCX. Both Apple Pay and CurrentC are payment systems that allow consumers to pay for goods...

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How to Protect Yourself after a Data Breach

October 30, 2014
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By LowCards.com Data breaches have become a huge concern in America over the last year. Since Target’s massive breach in late 2013, major retail chains seem to be getting hacked on a regular basis. American banks and retailers are working to enhance their security systems, but your card may still be at risk for...

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AG, DCP Announce $850,000 Multistate Settlement with TD Bank Over Data Breach

October 16, 2014
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Attorney General George Jepsen and the state Department of Consumer Protection Commissioner William M. Rubenstein today announced an $850,000 multistate settlement with TD Bank, N.A. that resolves an investigation into a 2012 data breach that affected thousands of consumers and helps to ensure that protections are in place to prevent future incidents. Connecticut led...

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