Credit Cards Are Good, Debit Cards Are Bad
Fraud expert Frank Abagnale says the worst financial tool out there is the debit card. debit cards put us at far greater risk than credit cards. If you don’t spot the fraud for more than 60 days, you could be responsible for the total amount on it.
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