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After many Target customers had their credit card information stolen in fall 2013, the store chain offered them free credit card monitoring for a year. But does this service really help protect against identity theft?
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Long popular in Europe, Latin America and other parts of the world, chip and PIN credit cards seem finally headed for mass production in the United States. What took them so long to catch on in America and do they really lessen credit card fraud?
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