No credit card account numbers or log-in credentials were compromised Over 99 percent of Social Security numbers were not compromised. Compromised information included data that Capital One collects at the time it receives credit card applications: Names, addresses, zip codes/postal codes, phone numbers, email addresses, dates of birth, and self-reported income. Credit scores, credit limits, balances, payment history, contact information Fragments of transaction data from a total of 23 days during 2016, 2017 and 2018 About 140,000 Social Security numbers of credit card customers were compromised. These are comprised of those who used their Social Security number as their employer identification number in applying for small business credit cards. About 80,000 linked bank account numbers of secured credit card customers were compromised. It’s important to watch your credit report to ensure that you don’t find any fraud on it. You can check your credit reports from all 3 … [Read more...] about Step Right Up: Capital One Is The Latest To Report A Data Breach
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The stolen information includes names, email addresses, delivery addresses, order history, phone numbers, as well as hashed passwords. Full credit card numbers were not part of the breach. The driver’s licenses of 100,000 delivery workers were also breached. … [Read more...] about Step Right Up: Doordash Is The Latest To Report A Data Breach
One pet peeve of mine as online banking becomes more and more prevalent is that we can’t easily search for past transactions. … [Read more...] about Chase Now Displays 2 Years Of Transaction Data!
-I got to check out Ken’s Diner once again. It’s looking pretty tired these days and some booths are being held together by duct tape. Definitely not up to the standards it had in its hey day. The recommended Italian steak sandwich on garlic bread was merely OK. I probably should’ve just stuck with a burger buddy. It’s sad to see this landmark go downhill. … [Read more...] about Trip Report: United DO 2012 In Chicago
I use Google Fi extensively when traveling abroad. 4G LTE data is the same $10 per GB everywhere in over 200 countries. That’s a bargain for true high-speed data. Plus you only pay for what you use, so if you use 1.1GB you’ll pay $11, not $20. You can make phone calls for 20 cents/minute or you can make phone calls to the US/Canada over the data network with Google Voice with no charge per minute. The line itself effectively costs just 67 cents per day and you can pause your plan and number as needed. I’ve used it in places from Israel to Svalbard to the UAE. You can view supported countries here. … [Read more...] about What Will You Do With Your Google Fi Travel Gift Cards?
Monitoring services come with a monthly charge, which tend to be around $20. That will seem fairly expensive unless you make full use of the information they deliver. They are particularly useful for anyone who is anxious about fraud or need expert analysis of their debt situation on an ongoing basis. But for most people, free services like Credit Karma may well be sufficient. It all depends on your personal preferences. … [Read more...] about How to Check Your Credit for Free in Canada