Credit Cards Fight The Good Fight

Krebsbach, Karen
February 2004
Bank Technology News;Feb2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on efforts of credit card providers to keep the consumer safe from on-line payments and ID fraud. Leading fraud-prevention programs for Internet shopping; Most common complaint filed with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in 2003; Law enforcement to help prevent and stop identity fraud.


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