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

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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


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


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