Card skimmers are pieces of equipment that people usually put on ATMs or anywhere you slide your card in to pay or get money to steal your credit card information and possibly your pin. The worst part? They're hard to spot and one was found locally.
Ok, so maybe on a scale of 1-10, this may be only 6. Maybe a 7. But it really annoyed the crap outta me - and it just happened - so it feels like a 9 right now. Last night, I attempted to make an after-hours cash deposit at my bank. Not only was the ATM unable to accept deposits (for unknown reasons) but it swallowed my freakin' card after a minute of me not removing it from the machine. Think
In response to Bank of America’s recently announced $5 monthly fee for debit card usage, Florida-based Community Bank is doing the reverse — it’s paying customers to bank with them.