Bill Hardekopf, publisher of LowCards.com, said young bank card holders should be suspicious of any “over-the-phone pitch where you’re prompted to give your credit card number or debit card number unless you’re sure who you’re dealing with.”
Bill Hardekopf, publisher of LowCards.com, said young bank card holders should be suspicious of any “over-the-phone pitch where you’re prompted to give your credit card number or debit card number unless you’re sure who you’re dealing with.” Martin Meissner The Associated Press
Bill Hardekopf, publisher of LowCards.com, said young bank card holders should be suspicious of any “over-the-phone pitch where you’re prompted to give your credit card number or debit card number unless you’re sure who you’re dealing with.” Martin Meissner The Associated Press

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September 04, 2015 01:00 AM

UPDATED September 04, 2015 06:00 AM

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