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Credit Card Skimming

This is a fairly common credit card crime. Criminals use a hand-held device called a skimmer, which looks like an ATM keyboard. This machine reads the card, keeps the information for later use. The information is sold to others in the form of counterfeit cards. Credit skimming is costing credit card users and card issuers millions in phony charges.

Protecting your credit card

Check your statement carefully every month. Watch for fraudulent charges.

If you find fraudulent charges report them immediately to the bank, credit card issuer and legal authorities

Save your receipts and statements. File them away for documentation.

If you spend a lot of time at any one restaurant make sure all the charges are yours. Criminal will often steal a card at a restaurant and just use it there.


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