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Credit cards from retail stores typically come with seriously high interest rates.
Slowly but surely, banks, retailers and credit card companies are moving to next-generation credit cards. But will the new technology provide greater security?
A group of cab drivers is calling the new cab requirements discriminatory and a violation of their privacy. Five drivers have filed a class-action lawsuit against the D.C. Taxicab Commission, its chairman and the mayor.
Ninety percent of all cabs operating within the District now accept credit cards.
The D.C. taxi commission said they would consider hardship appeals on a case-by-case basis for those drivers who have not yet received waivers and won't have the equipment in time to meet the deadline.
Don't let credit cards work you -- make them work for you.
D.C. taxicabs are required to have credit card machines installed by Aug. 31, unless they receive a one-month extension.
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