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A new groundbreaking technology has emerged. The latest technology that is creating a great buzz is 'Coin'. A card that combines all your different credit, debit, gift, membership and personal cards into one. It works just
One of the problems with fighting crime is people’s reluctance to become involved. That is true whether you are talking about people living in a large urban city or a small rural community, where everyone knows everyone.
My five-year-old nephew is pretty excited these days, but who could blame him? On Saturday, he'll be suiting up for his very first hockey game: a momentous occasion for his parents, and sports-loving aunt. And while I don't quite know what to expect
The founder of website AnyVan.com uses them to pay both his personal and business expenditure because it gives him an extra four weeks before he actually has to part with money to pay his bills. "I've got them purely for cash flow purposes," he says.
Your phone is taking over the banking industry. Banks and credit card issuers have found that banking on your phone can help the consumer save time, energy and sometimes money. The newest wave in http://whiteplains.patch.com/
When it comes time to pay, more Americans are turning to prepaid debit cards. They look like credit or gift cards, can be reloaded with money and don't require the holder to keep a bank account. Some shoppers say they like prepaid cards as a way to
TransLink is warning morning commuters on the Downtown-YVR-Richmond line that fare vending machines are not taking credit or debit cards. "It's not ideal, I know it's inconvenient," said TransLink spokesman, Drew Snider. "It's still a fare-paid zone,"
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In these troubled economic times, there is one business that is booming throughout the nation – prepaid cards. Main Street reported that, according to the Network Branded Prepaid Card Association, American consumers shelled out some $37
White-collared workers will have more disposable income if the government's planned rise in the minimum monthly salary to Bt15,000 for civil servants takes place, and that would likely boost savings and loans, said Thakorn Piyapan, the bank's