A dishonest clerk makes an extra imprint from your credit or charge card and uses it to make personal charges.
You respond to a mailing asking you to call a long distance number for a free trip or bargain-priced travel package. You're told you must join a travel club first and you're asked for your account number so you can be billed. The catch! Charges you didn't make are added to your bill, and you never get your trip.
Credit and charge card fraud costs cardholders and issuers hundreds of millions of dollars each year. While theft is the most obvious form of fraud, it can occur in other ways. For example, someone may use your card number without your knowledge.
It's not always possible to prevent credit or charge card fraud from happening. But there are a few steps you can take to make it more difficult for a crook to capture your card or card numbers and minimize the possibility.
Guarding Against Fraud
Here are some tips to help protect you from credit and charge card fraud.
* Sign your cards as soon as they arrive.
* Carry your cards separately from your wallet, in a zippered compartment, a business card holder, or another small pouch.
* Keep a record of your account numbers, their expiration dates, and the phone number and address of each company in a secure place.
* Keep an eye on your card during the transaction, and get it back as quickly as possible.
* Void incorrect receipts.
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* Save receipts to compare with billing statements.
* Open bills promptly and reconcile accounts monthly, just as you would your checking account.
* Report any questionable charges promptly and in writing to the card issuer.
* Notify card companies in advance of a change in address.
* Lend your card(s) to anyone.
* Leave cards or receipts lying around.
* Sign a blank receipt. When you sign a receipt, draw a line through any blank spaces above the total.
* Write your account number on a postcard or the outside of an envelope.
* Give out your account number over the phone unless you're making the call to a company you know is reputable. If you have questions about a company, check it out with your local consumer protection office or Better Business Bureau.
Reporting Losses and Fraud
If you lose your credit or charge cards or if you realize they've been lost or stolen, immediately call the issuer(s). Many companies have toll-free numbers and 24-hour service to deal with such emergencies. By law, once you report the loss or theft, you have no further responsibility for unauthorized charges. In any event, your maximum liability under federal law is $50 per card.
If you suspect fraud, you may be asked to sign a statement under oath that you did not make the purchase(s) in question.
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1) The Skimmer
These little contraptions affix to ATMs in secretive ways you’d never notice unless you were specifically looking for them. When you swipe your credit card or debit card, the skimmer reads your information and sends it on to whomever set up the device in the first place. Some scammers will even set up cameras alongside their skimmer in order to capture victim’s button presses, as well. More often than not, credit card skimmers can be found in gas stations.
2) The False Jury Duty Scam
In this scam, the perpetrator will call their victim, claiming that the victim has missed an assigned jury duty and as a result, a bench warrant has been put out for their arrest. The worried individual will then proceed to do whatever they can to get out of the trouble, giving the caller a lot of personal information — including credit card numbers. This scam has been extremely popular in 2017, especially in Colorado, where several area seniors have fallen victim to this easily avoidable crime.
3) The Fake ID Scam
In recent years, innovative criminals have resorted to creating entire fake identities and even shell corporations that could lend legitimacy to their credit history. They then purchase credit cards and run up huge tabs before the credit card company goes looking for the bill, only to discover that they’re hunting a ghost. In early 2017, two Jersey City jewelry store owners were sentenced after using this technique to steal somewhere in the neighborhood of $200 million before they were apprehended.
4) The Defective Chip Card Scam
These scammers call their customers, claiming to be the victim’s bank and tell them that their brand new chip card is defective or say that it’s time to receive their new chip card. Either way, the result is the same: the scammer asks for the victim’s personal information in order to get the ball rolling, only to turn around and use that personal info to run up huge credit charges.
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Some scammers will call their victims and pose as executives working for the credit card company itself. There's even a trick they sometimes use to gain a victim's trust --Known as the ‘no hang-up scam-- where they ask you to hang up and call the number on the back of the card. However, the scammer doesn't hang up and spoofs the dile-tone, leaving the call still connected. When you come back the scammer’s accomplice answers and impersonates whoever you thought you'd called and continues with the scam, asking you for your personal information to finalize the details and get everything all set up for you.
It’s relatively common knowledge that you should never, ever give out any personal information to anyone on the phone, even if they claim to be from an official source.
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6) Be Especially Careful in These Seven States
Nevada, Colorado, Maryland, New Hampshire, Alaska, Washington, and Oregon report the highest instances of credit card fraud in the United States. As a result, it’s likely a good idea to be extra vigilant when you’re in these areas. If you’re hoping to avoid a skimmer hiding at an ATM, just jiggle the card reader before you swipe. If it’s loose, it's best not to trust it.
7) The In-House Scammer
Corrupt service industry personnel like waiters will double scan credit cards, once to apply your meal charges and once into a secret scanner they’ve brought that can store your credit information for future use. Unfortunately, this one is generally tough to avoid, since it is very commonplace to give your card to an employee in a restaurant and allow them to carry it out of sight.
8) Companies Aren’t Immune, Either
More than one major company, including Apple, Target, Sony, and more, have been the victim of attacks that have compromised the personal information of their users. Take, for instance, the attack on TJ Maxx in 2006 that exposed more than 94 million customer credit cards. The person responsible, Albert Gonzalez, was leading a 12-person ring of hackers. They’d raised more than a billion dollars before being apprehended.
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