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Chris H
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20 votes

I received $1000 and was asked to send it back. How was this scam meant to work?

18 votes

Where is the scam in a "giveaway" in Oxford Circus, London?

16 votes

How do credit card companies know what type of business I'm paying for?

12 votes

Should we keep some of our emergency fund in cash at home?

9 votes

How much effort (and why) should consumers put into protecting their credit card numbers?

8 votes

How can I help an individual whose bank is writing to them at my address

6 votes

Negatives to increased credit card spending limit?

6 votes

What risks are there acting as a broker between PayPal and electronic bank transfers?

6 votes

How to safely destroy (a large quantity of) valid checks?

5 votes
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What is the process of getting your first share?

4 votes

Infrequent car rental vs. lease/buy

4 votes

Is there a way to transfer $100 into a family member's US bank account on a daily basis?

4 votes

Selling online - Is private transportation indicative of a scam? Does PayPal make it safe?

4 votes

Stock market long term risks

4 votes

Boutique Investment firm cold called me offering me the chance to purchase stock in a private placement. Legit or scam?

4 votes

How do you empty an online virtual debit card?

3 votes

When paying for college, should I take out (interest-free) loans and pay them off with saved money, or use the saved money directly?

2 votes

Does a savings/checking account sitting at $0 have any drawbacks?

2 votes

Is the UK 'Cycle to Work' scheme worthwhile?

2 votes

First salary in the UK not being taxed

2 votes

Mortgage Adviser Signed Me Up For Multiple Home and Life Insurances (UK)

2 votes

How much should you save for retirement in a country that automatically takes care of retirement savings?

2 votes

Is it rational to buy insurance if I have the same sum in a savings account?

1 vote

Can an investor who perpetually holds stocks lose money?

0 votes

Second (easy access) account in case my bank screws up