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This sort of thing has now happened twice. Last year some time Chase called following up on suspicious credit card activity.  (Actually it was my own activity and quite legitimate.)  That’s good, I appreciate the intent, but there was a difficulty:  Why would they ask for the name on the account?  And the address?  And […]

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