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June 18, 2013 12:00 AM

Protect Your Assets by Neal B. Custer: The credit-card scam business

Shopping has never been as fast or as efficient as it is today. In a store, simply scan your products through the self checkout machine, swipe your credit card, type in your PIN and walk out with your new purchase. Online shopping is equally simple - all a person needs to do is enter a bit of personal information, type out a credit card number and card security code, and click the "buy" button. The slowest part in the whole transaction is waiting for the item to arrive.

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