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It has been brought to my attention that someone has a credit card in my name. Please help.

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You should immediately call one of the credit bureaus and ask for a free fraud alert on your credit report. The bureau you call will tell the others about the alert. Be ready to prove your identity. The credit bureau will also explain your rights. The initial alert stays on your report for at least… Continue reading

What is skimming?

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The crime of “skimming” as it pertains to a credit card refers to the illegal copying of information off the magnetic strip that extends along the back side of a credit, debit, ATM or other payment card. Once the criminals have skimmed the necessary data from a card, they put it onto a fake card… Continue reading

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