Things you should never keep in your wallet
Even though no more than the last five digits of your card are on a receipt, the limited information can be used to phish for remaining numbers.
Shred old receipts you don't use, and keep the other ones safe or digital. There are apps like Lemon and Shoeboxed that organize digital copies.
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