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Monday, March 12, 2018

Don't Get Scammed Using Payment Apps

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Peer-To-Peer Payment Apps Can Be Risky

Peer-to-peer payment apps have become a popular way to send money quickly between friends and relatives. But beware — scammers are using these apps to get money for goods that they don't have to sell, like concert tickets. Some of these apps can also put your bank account security at risk.

Get Tips to Use Peer-To-Peer Payment Apps Safely 

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