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More and more people who don't have bank accounts are using prepaid debit cards. Consumer Reports checked out 26 cards and finds some winners and some losers. Get more free financial advice: http://bit.ly/14j4RzY
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Digital payment providers are trying to make your wallet obsolete. Our partners at CNET are reporting on “smart cards” technology that allows you to keep all your credit and debit card information in one place. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how it works.
Millions of people use prepaid cards instead of a bank account. Deciphering the fees can be difficult. Consumer Reports has checked out dozens of cards and has a recommendation.
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