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Be Aware of Fraud


Theft and fraud often seem like unlikely disasters that touch the unwary and pass the rest of us unnoticed—until we, or someone we know, falls victim to a thief. Then money is stolen and we receive charges to our accounts that we didn’t make. Protect yourself by first leaning how fraud works.

Make Safe Transactions


A thief will try to access your personal and credit card information through different mediums including email, online payments, over the telephone, in your own home, or in public places. Make sure whenever you make a payment that you are using the most secure route possible and only giving information to a trusted source.

Be an Investigator


Ever considered using your skills, critical thinking, and creativity for catching bad guys? An investigator’s job is to investigate and resolve cases of credit card fraud. They also help prevent fraud or make sure everything is in order to prove that someone is responsible for fraud. This career field is continually growing.

Protect Your Information


For credit card fraud to happen someone must know your personal information, which appears in a surprising amount of places such as receipts, pay stubs, and more. Always shred documents that have sensitive information on them and keep track of your credit card statements and records to identify any abnormalities.