CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' ID Protection'
Discover claimed the number one spot for the second year in a row for its many checks and balances for fraud prevention. Learn more about those checks and balances.
We all know the sense of dread that hits when we realize our credit cards have been stolen or used without our knowledge. Here’s what to do to keep the headache factor down.
Thieves are targeting young children, especially foster children. They’re stealing IDs and purchasing cell phones and applying for credit cards. Often, families don’t even know it’s happening
CitiBank announced today that more than 200,000 of its customers’ credit card and banking information was recently compromised. Here’s what happened.
Today’s thieves try to stay a step ahead of the credit card companies’ security measures. Learn how to protect yourself from identity theft and credit card theft.
Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase are currently adding the new EMV chips to many of their credit cards. The new technology will keep credit card users and their information safer.
Just because your credit card is in your possession doesn’t mean a technologically-savvy thief can’t access it. There are ways to steer clear of being robbed via magnetic strips.
Online shopping continues to evolve and it’s never been safer. Advances in encryption and new technology ensure your credit card information is never compromised. There are things you can do, too, that will further protect you, your identity and your credit.
The world is online, there is no doubt about it. With that the world economy has gone online as well and has made the largest global marketplace in human history. Just as in the open air Roman markets thousands of years ago, in this digital market there are thieves waiting to pounce.
There has been a lot of talk about whether or not LifeLock is really a worthwhile option. With there being many other organizations that offer identity theft protection, what makes LifeLock worth choosing rather than any other company? We will take a look at these reasons in much more detail.
Take these steps to greater online payment security to reduce the risks of your falling victim to identity theft and fraud. Prevention is better than cure.
With an estimated 16 million U.S. victims in 2006 and 2007, Identity Theft has grown gradually to become one of the most penetrative crimes leaving every American venerable to. Not one technique will stamp out ID theft or prevent one’s identity from being abused but a number of measures taken by every American will go a long way in preventing and promoting an ID theft free society.