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Smart cards offer convenient and quick methods for conducting financial transactions but leave users at risk of security breaches such as stolen passwords and identity theft. Smart cards are lightweight and highly transp...

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As of 2015, a SMART Money Card is activated in the Philippines by dialing 15177 using a SMART cellphone, according to Smart.com.ph. The smart card can also be activated with a landline phone by calling the number 02-845-...

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SmartPay is a lease-to-own payment service. It is used by customers to purchase electronic gadgets, devices and accessories, and make payments later in fixed, scheduled installments over time, according to the company's ...

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Making transactions with cash can foster good spending habits, reduce targeted marketing, and alleviate the risk of identity theft, but cash-based transactions may be harder to track, and some merchants only accept credi...

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While electronic cash does provide a more secure means of storing and tracking money, it is not entirely immune to theft. There are a number of different advantages to digital money, but a similar number of disadvantages...

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Kroll credit monitoring prevents identity theft by watching for indications of fraudulent activity in credit reports and alerting customers to possible breaches in security, according to its official website. Kroll also ...

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Bitcoin is a digital, or virtual, currency that allows users to conduct online transactions. Bitcoins are not controlled by a central authority and cannot be obtained from a bank. All transactions using bitcoins are done...

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