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Can customs access PayPal payment data

After buying an item internationally customs intercepted the package and was asking in its declaration form for the PayPal receipt if applicable. Falsifying such a receipt would be beyond easy, so, ...
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Is it safer to send credit card number via unsecured website form or by e-mail? What safer options are there?

I want to buy something from a VERY REPUTABLE Asian seller. They've got a lot of good references all over the internet. The only thing is, they are quite old-fashioned and so is their website. They ...
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Receiving online payments without disclosing my name and home address?

Is there a payment gateway or something that keeps your name/identity private and not seen that takes credit cards? Does PayPal work, or does it show your name and home address? I would ONLY like my ...
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What information is sent to merchant with online/POS credit card and “no name” gift card purchases?

With credit card and online: your full name, full billing address and maybe some numbers from the card? Is there a difference in this regard between a "normal" merchant account or Paypal's credit card ...
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What should I include on a security checklist for choosing a Tax Preparer

I am considering an in-person Tax Preparer vs doing it myself online. I feel a little safer doing it online, but an in-person Preparer can offer advice for complex Tax situations. My concern is that ...
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Anonymous CC: Does “Entropay” really not hand my personal data over to a company - are there alternatives?

these days our anonymity gets less and less and today I remembered that I actually had a virtual credit card, that I might use to shop more anonymous, from Entroypay. Now Entropay states: "Financial ...
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In a foreclosing Arizona home, can the bank or anyone hired by the bank access the home's interior premises without permission?

I am residing in an Arizona home that is being foreclosed upon, until the sale confirmation. Does the bank have any right to demand or assume rights to access the interior of my home while I am living ...
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What's the fuss about identity theft?

I know, people can steal your money, or can borrow money in your name, etc. But in the end you should be able to demonstrate that you didn't do that, right? What would worry me is somebody getting my ...
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Alternatives to Paypal plug-in for one-time use card generation

I use the Paypal plug-in service to generate one-time use cards to avoid giving my real credit card information to untrusted online vendors. Paypal recently notified users that the Paypal plug-in ...
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Can I use Mint.com without giving out bank details & manually enter transactions instead?

Can I use Mint.com without giving out my bank details (credentials), and manually enter my transactions instead?
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What are the advantages of a Swiss bank account?

I've heard about bank accounts in Zurich / Switzerland, but I don't fully understand the unique advantages of swiss bank accounts. What I do believe about these (but don't know for sure): They ...
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Are you just shooting yourself in the foot if you give to charities that solicit door to door or over the phone?

It seems like if charities come to the door and you give them money, you just end up with more charities at your door. The same happens with charities that solicit by phone. They obviously share ...
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Online money management applications: Do you trust Mint.com or Quicken Online, or other personal finance tools online?

For online applications such as Mint and Quicken (online), to automatically update your accounts, they'll always ask you to enter your login info to your banking and/or investment accounts. Do you ...