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Surprise Chase discoveries, good and bad, miles for taxes and more

This week at Frequent Miler, we looked at how you can pay the tax man while getting the best return for your spend, how to get top-tier status without many stays, and unexpected discoveries form Chase — both in terms of how many points you can earn for referrals and in the weird and scary glitch that might have compromised your account. Read on for our weekly recap. Pay taxes via credit card, 2018 edition…

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Update: Chase says breach is fixed

This morning, we posted about a possible security breach at Chase bank (See: Potential Chase security breach: Don’t log in?). Chase has since confirmed the breach. According to their news release to Bloomberg, the breach was limited in scope and they “knows of no unauthorized transactions”. I’m not sure that wording inspires confidence, but here’s hoping that nobody lost anything. As noted earlier, it has been widely speculated that logging into your account contributed to the likelihood…

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Potential Chase security breach: Don’t log in?

Dodging 5/24

Late last night / early this morning, Fly & Dine and Doctor of Credit as well as many people on Twitter have reported what could be a major security breach at Chase: people report logging into their Chase accounts only to be taken to a stranger’s account, where they can view all of the sensitive info stored within one’s bank login — credit card history, address, phone number, etc. At this point, Chase has not released any information, but…

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