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How credit card fraud & security works

Consumers aren’t the only ones who should worry about credit card fraud.
Using a credit card comes with an incredible set of advantages. But it also opens you up to more ways for criminals to steal your information and commit fraud. Whether you lose your card or an account gets hacked, you’ll have to stay vigilant in order to protect yourself from credit card fraud. Fortunately, there are a lot of proactive measures you can take in order to protect yourself. Thieves will try to use malware, phishing, and other kinds of methods to attempt to steal your credit card information — and you should be aware of all of them. Learn everything you need to know about how credit card fraud works, and how to best secure your credit card details to protect yourself from theft and fraud.
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