Delilah. Age: 27.
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Tegan. Age: 32.
Why Teens Get In Trouble With Credit Cards
Credit can help—but it can also hurt. Read more about credit and debt to get information you can share with your kids. A credit card can be a powerful financial tool, but the responsibility of having one must be taken seriously. Start by discussing money basics with your teen.
Yasmin. Age: 31.
Teen charged with credit card fraud, identity theft
Amy Wang and her husband spent hundreds of hours trying to straighten out their financial futures after falling prey to identity theft. Now she wants other would-be victims to learn from her experience. Amy, a year-old occupational therapist in Miami, says she and her husband, Michael Wang, started receiving credit-card denials and store credit cards in the mail in December of
Gilit Saporta, fraud analyst at Forter, told Karen Webster all about the teenage fraudster demographic and why merchants may want to steer clear. Different segments of fraudsters have very different personas and motivations behind the activities they do. In the new Fraudster Profile Podcast SeriesKaren Webster is joined by Forter fraud analyst Gilit Saporta, who helps us to identify and break down the characteristics and personas within the diverse and ever-growing group of cybercriminals.