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Users of popular prepaid debit cards finally get some federal consumer protections

Americans who use a fast-expanding array of prepaid cards for everyday transactions such as shopping, withdrawing money from ATMs and receiving pay or government benefits are getting new federal protections.   The rules, which will be announced Wednesday and take effect in October 2017,  will make...
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