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Old 07-11-2017, 08:01 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by tbroye View Post
Been there a couple of times. My big problem is my Debit care and its PIN because it's attached to my Checking account I have the hassle remembering a new Pin and then the Credit Union wants me to change my online banking pin which has to be 8 characters with symbols and Caps. Then one day i forgot my PIN to my account of something happend and I got locked out so another new PIN.
Nobody and I mean nobody, but my bank has ever seen my debit card. I use it only to get cash from my own bank and they have a 24/7 ATM available. I have had to replace credit cards a few times but right now my wife and I are using the same credit card account with two different numbers, if one gets compromised (and mine did once) we can still use the other while the compromised one is replaced. It is also possible to pay via PayPal with your credit card and the merchant does not get any of your card information.
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Old 11-19-2017, 08:49 PM   #22 (permalink)
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My nightmare would be to own a debit card. Poof---all gone.
I use Last Pass, a free password manager, although I did upgrade to a pay account to see if it was any better. still don't know.
But Lass Pass issues 12 place passwords and remembers who they go to and will fill in the blanks but you have to keep it running on the bookmarks bar. I also keep all of them on a printed spreadsheet that I then erase on the computer. The thing you have to remember is not to update after you answer security questions because it will then think they are passwords to open with.
I also contacted my credit card company online and engaged the program that sends me an email every time my credit card is debited. Never any doubt that way.
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