Before you light your wallet on fire, let’s clarify something: the rollout of chip-enabled cards is going to help fraud in the long run.

Chip-Enabled Cards Are Actually Increasing Fraud for Some Stores

Before you light your wallet on fire, let’s clarify something: the rollout of chip-enabled cards is going to help fraud in the long run.

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