Crooks Using Bluetooth To Steal At Gas PumpsThe most obviously way drivers can fight back against the new Bluetooth skimmers is to stop using plastic and stay away from the outside kiosks when buying gas.
Is Winning The Lottery The Only Way You Can Imagine Paying Off Debt?Winning that lottery prize would mean paying off debt first for many Metro Detroiters.
Michaels Craft Store Latest To Be Hit With Massive Data BreachOfficials at Michaels, an arts and crafts store say some 2.6 million credit and debit cards used at its stores may have been affected.
Sheriff: Man Used Stolen Credit Card To Pay $1 FeeThe department reports he said he only had $15 "so he presented a credit card for the $1 balance."
U-M: Many Families Are Underwater With Debts According to a new University of Michigan report, about one out of every five U.S. households owe more on credit cards, medical bills, student loans and other noncollateralized debts than they have in savings and other liquid assets.
Prosecutor: Warren Workers Caught Misusing City FundsFour men employed with the City of Warren's Department of Public Works are charged with embezzlement after allegedly using city-owned Home Depot credit cards for personal use.
10 Million Credit Card Users May Be Victims Of Massive Breach Of SecurityThe Wall Street Journal has reported that a third party processor, Global Payments, is the vendor that was compromised.
Fed: Consumer Borrowing Sees Strong GrowthAmericans increased their borrowing in December for the second straight month
5 Things To Do Before Leaving Home On Black FridayThere are five steps consumers should take before hitting the stores on Black Friday, helping them enjoy their shopping excursion without harming their pocketbook.
Michigan Couple Digs Out Of DebtA Jackson couple will receive a special achievement award after they swore off bankruptcy and paid off nearly a $100,000 debt on their own.
Police: Waitress Stole Credit Info From 57 CustomersAuthorities say a Detroit-area waitress created dozens of credit cards with information stolen from restaurant customers.
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