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Bill Hardekopf
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Co-Founder at Lowcards.com
Co-Founder at Lowcards.com

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Consumers are using prepaid cards as a way to stay out of credit card debt, control their spending, make purchases online and avoid overdrafts. 

#PrepaidCards   #ControllingDebt  

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Many people opt for an emergency credit card for their teenager, but this may not be the wisest choice. As a parent, you have a number of financial options. Which one you choose will depend primarily on costs and the financial responsibility of your teenager. That is a decision that only you can assess.

#TeensAndCreditCards   #CreditCards  

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In case you missed it, did you check for unauthorized $9.84 charge appear on your account?

#CreditCardScams   #CreditCardNews  

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Despite carrying fewer cards and charging less, Millennials still struggle with their credit score.  

Read why as posted originally on +Lowcards.com 

#MillenialsAndCreditCards   #CreditCardNews  

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Pay attention to the data breach notices because it is becoming more likely that you will be a victim of identity fraud.

Originally posted on +Lowcards.com 

#IdentityFraud #ProtectingYourFinances 

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Why are so many Americans who have bank accounts using prepaid cards? To monitor and budget their finances. Instead of having an unlimited source of money from a bank account, users can deposit a limited amount of money onto a prepaid card to ensure they keep their spending to a minimum.

Originally posted on +Lowcards.com 

#PrepaidCards   #Budgeting  

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Pros and Cons of paying your taxes with a credit card ... 

Originally posted on +Lowcards.com 

#PayingTaxes   #UsingCreditCards  

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Airlines are now rewarding how much members spend rather than just the number of miles they accumulate.

#FrequentFlierPrograms  

via +Lowcards.com 

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When news first broke about the +Neiman Marcus credit card hack, the company estimated that as many as 1.1 million cardholders could have been affected. New information suggests that the hack may not have been as widespread as once feared.

#CreditCardHack   #DataBreach  

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The FakePlastic.net site was used by criminals known as “carding” or “cash out” crews. These crews buy stolen card numbers which are typically obtained through a hacking or skimming operation, such as installing a specialized skimmer in an ATM machine or point-of-sale terminal. The stolen data is then imprinted on a blank card and used to make unauthorized transactions on the accounts of unsuspecting card customers.
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