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ACH Fraud

ACH Fraud

Due to many people using the automated clearing house (ACH), hackers figured out ways to fraud and steal personal data. They use fake emails or harmful viruses to snatch personal details. Here's how to prevent ACH fraud.
Credential Stuffing

Credential Stuffing

Credential stuffing is a cyberattack where hackers use stolen usernames and passwords from any particular website to get unauthorized access to other platforms. Here's everything you need to know.
Social Security Number

What is a Social Security Number?

A Social Security number (SSN) is a nine-digit identifier designated to a US citizen, permanent resident and temporary (working) resident to keep a track of their income and decide related benefits to them. Here's everything you need to know about a Social Security Number, including how it works.

Stop Payment – How to Cancel a Check & Stop Payment fees

There are many ways to request a stop payment, and the fee is different for each method. Most banks have the option to request a stop payment on the online banking website, computerized telephone banking, or customer service. A stop payment on a check is valid for six months.

How to cancel a lost or stolen check

How to Transfer Money From Bank to Bank in Few Steps

If you want to transfer money online, you need to establish a link between the two accounts involved. Bank transfers are common for people who own both a checking account and savings account in the same or different banks.

What Is a Prepaid Visa Card: Definition, Working and Usage

The possibilities for spending with Visa prepaid cards are truly endless. However, there are certain things to consider before starting to use them.

What Is a Money Order: All you need to know

A money order is an alternate option to cash and personal checks, money orders eliminate the risk of your money getting stolen.

October Stimulus Check Update: What You Need to Know

According to reports, Google recently warned its employees: "There will be blood on the streets if next quarter's results don't look up." Yes, it does sound scary. But thankfully, the next round of stimulus checks are here to provide relief.

How to Write a Check: A Simple Step-by-Step Guide

Ever faced with what you need to write on a check? Here are all the dos and don'ts that goes into writing a check.
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