During the 2020 holiday shopping season, we must be vigilant. With shoppers more frequently buying online, avoiding scams is imperative. Now, you can help yourself and others. Visit — …
Reducing the Chances of Credit/Debit Card Fraud
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There is a great article in today’s New York Times by Ron Lieber. It is titled: “Consumers Not Powerless in the Face of Card Fraud.”
Lieber’s article covers:
- Alerts and
A Retailing Call to Action: More Bad News About Hacking
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As a consumer, be careful and look at all credit card bills in detail. If there is any suspicious activity, immediately contact the credit card company. You are NOT responsible… Read more
Don’t Bite the Phish!
Phishing occurs when a person receives an E-mail message which seems to be from a real company — often, complete with logo — that is really a scam from a …Read more
Don’t Be Scammed!!!!
In its October 2012 issue, Consumer Reports discusses many of the ways in which shoppers are scammed/tricked by companies. As the nonprofit group notes: “Fraud and identity-theft complaints tracked by …Read more