What does “zero liability” on my card mean?
Can gift cards have an expiration date or charge service fees?
What is a credit card “security code” and what purpose does it serve?
What is “purchase protection”?
How are gift cards different from reloadable prepaid cards?
When can I be charged an inactivity (or dormancy) fee on my gift card?
Can my gift card expire?
What happens to my gift card balance if my card is lost or stolen?
Can the gift card issuer charge a fee for a replacement card?
Are there service fees on a gift card?
Are the gift card laws in my state the same as federal laws?
Can a merchant require me to show ID before I can use my card?
Who regulates my bank?
Is there an easy way to find out which agency regulates a particular financial services company?
What is an authorization hold?
What is an unauthorized transaction?
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