Believe it or not, credit card fraud is the most pervasive form of identity theft, with 14.2 million credit card numbers exposed in 2017. And unfortunately, too many Americans are pretty careless regarding their personal data, which only invites more fraud. A general rule is that you don’t share your password online with a friend or even a family member. Why?
Because social networking is not really trustworthy and anyone can hack your profile and read your chats.
Cardholders should know that identity thieves have a multitude of ways to steal your data. That’s why you should be extra careful when it comes to these things!
Click on the next page to read about the biggest “red flags” that alert you to credit card data theft.