How to avoid ATM fraud when you travel

Nick Douglas •
Lifehacker

Photo: Phu Cuong Pham Travel inherently includes some security risks, because part of security is knowing how things are supposed to work, so you can recognize what’s sketchy. Go to a new city and you might fall for a taxi scam, get pickpocketed—or get your money stolen by an ATM skimmer. We talked to Daniel

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Seven signs you’re at risk for identity theft

David Weliver •
Money Under 30
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You can trust the integrity of our balanced, independent financial advice. We may, however, receive compensation from the issuers of some products mentioned in this article. Opinions are the author’s alone, and this content has not been provided by, reviewed, approved or endorsed by any advertiser. I know what you’re thinking: “I’m young, I’m web-savvy,

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Business identity theft: An emerging threat

Maria Sassian •
Terms + Conditions
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Individuals are not the only ones at risk of identity theft. Increasingly, businesses are contending with criminal use of their identity for tax fraud, credit card and other financial fraud, as well as having their websites and business name trademarks held for ransom. A recently released report by the National Cybersecurity Society states that criminals

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