It sometimes seems as if every retail store has its customers’ credit and debit card information hacked by cyber criminals.
Move over cash, and debit cards, and credit cards.
Hackers stealing millions of debit and credit card accounts from customers at Target has dominated the headlines. But what happens to all that stolen data?
Target says debit card PIN numbers may have, in fact, been stolen as part of a massive theft of debit and credit card information from customers who used their cards at Target between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
Sources confirm federal agents spent several hours on Thursday at Silky’s Gentleman’s Club in McKees Rocks. Sources confirm the FBI agents had a subpoena, and asked for and received receipts from the last four years.
There are new accusations today from a former bodyguard to Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl.
Pittsburgh City Controller Michael Lamb says he wants a full accounting of the expenditures by the mayor’s bodyguards. He made a formal request on Friday that all records be turned over.
There are nine things you should always buy with plastic. Not only could it save you money, you actually might be able to even earn some money.
NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s Mike Pintek talks with Pam Banks, senior counsel with Consumers Union, the nonprofit owners of Consumer Reports magazine. Pintek asks Banks how Bank of America’s customers are reacting to the fee, and whether this is the start of a larger trend.
Every time a debit card is used to buy something, the retailer is charged a fee. It might be pennies on a cup of coffee, but it adds up to billions of dollars for the banks.
Apple Computer founder Steve Jobs changed our lives, and became rich in the process, by pioneering the personal computer, the iPhone and now the iPad. Now, an enterprising young man out of Carnegie Mellon University […]