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THE HERALD BUSINESS JOURNAL    EVERETT, WASHINGTON

NOVEMBER 24, 2014 Search 
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Cover Story:
Credit, debit card changes rely on retailers to prevent fraud


Many banks and credit card companies will switch out the old magnetic credit and debit cards with cards embedded with a microchip. While the cards can prevent theft, retailers may be liable for fraud if the businesses don't update their equipment.
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The old swipe-and-sign method of paying with a credit card may soon be a thing of the past.

By fall next year, many credit and debit cards with a magnetic stripe will be replaced by cards embedded with a microchip.

The new cards look and feel like a regular credit card, but are far more difficult for crooks to... [Read More]
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