Credit card fraud. What to do if it happens to you

  • Bankrate.com
  • Credit
  • Financial Planning
  • Online Security
  • Credit
  • Financial Planning
  • Online Security
  • Credit
  • Financial Planning
  • Online Security
  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • LinkedIn.
  • Google Plus
  • Print

Incidents of credit card fraud are on the rise. The quick guide below highlights the tricks scammers use, how to protect against them, and what to do if you're a victim of fraud. For more information, read the full story: Credit card fraud. What to do if it happens to you


For more information on this topic, read the full article:

Credit card fraud. What to do if it happens to you


  • Facebook.
  • Twitter.
  • LinkedIn.
  • Google Plus
  • Print
1 The Federal Trade Commission’s online form
© Copyright 2018 Bankrate, Inc. All rights reserved.
Votes are submitted voluntarily by individuals and reflect their own opinion of the article's helpfulness. A percentage value for helpfulness will display once a sufficient number of votes have been submitted.
close
Please enter a valid e-mail address
Please enter a valid e-mail address
Important legal information about the e-mail you will be sending. By using this service, you agree to input your real e-mail address and only send it to people you know. It is a violation of law in some jurisdictions to falsely identify yourself in an e-mail. All information you provide will be used by Fidelity solely for the purpose of sending the e-mail on your behalf.The subject line of the e-mail you send will be "Fidelity.com: "

Your e-mail has been sent.
close

Your e-mail has been sent.

You May Also Like...

Time to focus on protecting your portfolio

For investors who want to add some defensive stocks to their portfolios, here are seven options to consider.

Using renovations to boost your home's value

Investing in the right renovations can increase the value of what may be your biggest asset: your home.

How to pay off your mortgage early

If you're ready to get a jump-start on paying your mortgage off sooner than the loan terms say you should, here are a few ways to get started.