6 arrested of credit card scam at Calif. casino
News from Sacramento Bee:

Authorities have arrested six suspected members of a fraud ring that uses fake credit cards to get cash advances from Indian casinos in San Diego County.

Sheriff’s Sgt. Darryl Kimball said investigators believe the suspects, who were arrested at Pala Casino early Saturday, used the cards and stolen credit card numbers to get money from ATM machines and casino cashiers. He said the scam occurred over the past two months in northern San Diego County and included multiple fraudulent transactions.

The suspects were arrested for investigation of burglary, theft and forgery. (equals)

Bail for each was set at $ 1 million.

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Credit cards provide offer some extra rental rental coverage on car rentals …
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I was the bearer of bad news in my last column when I passed along this advice from insurance experts: When renting a car while on vacation, purchase the rental company’s extra insurance, despite the added cost.

I was the bearer of bad news in my last column when I passed along this advice from insurance experts: When renting a car while on vacation, purchase the rental company’s extra insurance, despite the added cost.

But several of you weren’t convinced.

“For your follow-up, can you address the added coverage that American Express offers?” wrote reader Scott Boyages. “They claim that it’s equal to the coverage you get if you take the rental company’s insurance. Curious whether it actually does.”

We’ll do our best today to explain how major credit cards may or may not protect you when renting a car. Plus, as promised, the lowdown on renting Zipcars and moving vans.

In many ways, your personal automobile insurance policy will cover injuries, property damage, and collision damage (if you carry collision insurance) when you’re driving a rented car just as it would if you were driving your own car, so lo…………… continues on Boston.com

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