A new report warns students of the dangers of linking their school identification card to a debit card; an option that more and more colleges are offering. The report says some banks charge excessive fees.
Police in Delaware are searching for two suspects who used a victim’s debit card to make purchases at three separate stores.
Almost every consumer has been asked the question, credit or debit? But how many of us really stop and think before we swipe that card? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that the wrong choice could make you venerable and leave your money more at risk.
As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, one form of payment could save you money, and in many cases, all you have to do is ask.
By Jim Donovan: If you shop at Michael’s Arts and Crafts Stores, and use a debit card to pay for what you purchase, you better check your bank statements! The retailer has learned that PIN […]
You may need to think twice soon before swiping that debit card, some banks are considering placing a spending limit on your debit card reports that limit could be as low as $50 or $100 per day and it could happen as early as this year.
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