I asked this question:
Which, per a recent comment, has generated a lot of very different answers. Many of the answers have very helpful parts, but even answers with helpful parts have sections that generated a lot of disagreement or are probably even wrong (see any answer that mentions RFID blocking wallets, which isn't applicable to me anyway because my card doesn't have an RFID chip).
As a result it's making it very difficult for me to pick an answer to accept. From my perspective, I'll probably follow advice from two different answers - use cash only in stores and use a service that hides my credit card details for online transactions. Out of everything, these seem like the two steps that will have the most hope of minimizing future fraud. Unfortunately, there isn't an answer that (in my opinion) brings everything together well.
As a result I'm not sure what to do. I would like this question to have a good, solid answer for anyone who comes by in the future, but I don't feel like there is one answer that fits that bill. The only thing I can think of is to write an answer that brings everything together. However, since I would just be working in things from other answers, it seems unreasonable for me to write and accept such an answer myself. Therefore I was thinking about looking into writing an answer and turning it into a community wiki if possible. The problem with that is it still leaves the original posters with helpful answers uncredited. Editing some of the answers seems doesn't seem like it would work either since getting a more complete answer would require substantial changes to any one answer.
tl/dr: I have a question that I think is now well answered, but only by taking details from many different answers. I don't think any one answer really pulls all the pieces together. Therefore, what's the best way to "accept" an answer that will be helpful for people stumbling on the question later?