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Why contactless cards haven’t caught on in the U.S.

Here in America, we always tend to go our own way. We snub the metric system, drive on the right side of the road and use credit cards with chips in our machines. Well, many other countries in the world have moved on to contactless cards for everyday transactions. There’s no swiping, signing, or waiting for the chip to read (or fail.) What would happen if we adopted contactless cards? You might be surprised at the advantages.

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Stop robocalls once and for all

Robocalls are not only annoying, but they scam Americans out of millions every year. Learn Kim's tricks for stopping them for good in this handy guide.

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