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This person is now able to sell a victims information

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This person is now able to sell a victim’s information or keep it for their own personal income. Now that I have discussed what credit card fraud is and the different types of credit card fraud, I will share with you the precautions to take to avoid being a victim. When your new credit card is mailed to you, sign the back of the card when it arrives. By signing the card, you agree and authorize the terms by which are stated by the financial institution. Most places will also check your ID at the time of the transaction to prove that the signature matches the person’s identification. During a transaction, watch the clerk or cashier that is processing your payment and immediately store it back in a wallet or purse. Doing this will avoid violators from taking pictures of the credit card and committing fraud. Leaving the card out for unnecessary amounts of time is the perfect chance for them to do so. Shredding and disposing of receipts is another precaution to take to avoid this problem. Goods and services that are purchased with a credit card will usually show the brand name of the card, full name of the cardholder, and the card number. Violators will break into cars and houses
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