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Credit & Debt
You’ll be “dipping” instead of “swiping,” among other details, but the changeover is expected to make your cards far less vulnerable to fraud.
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The for-profit university also may not enroll new, active-duty students using military tuition assistance while the Defense Department investigates recruiting tactics.
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