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Something New for Debit Card Users: Basic Protection

Federal regulators announced new rules Wednesday governing the quickly growing prepaid debit card industry, an effort more than two years in the making which should bring basic account protections to its customers, who are often financially disadvantaged. Prepaid debit card issuers will have to provide their users with basic account...
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