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Million credit card -- -- sixteenth.
And every one of them should be checking their bank accounts married frequently.
Identity theft is that that's is playing random act act and oftentimes the thieves find all the information in this tiny piece of plastic.
We went on the street in midtown to find -- -- experiencing is a credit card fraud.
Have you kind of victim of credit I've got this actually what you do about it fix it I think that it attorney.
How did you realize it was happening at humorous statement every day so when you need you're seeing him I was on it was a charge for some website adding that it.
I guess just as soon as you notice that activity.
You know audiences -- your bank let him and most of whom are pretty did just take the charges.
Just you know it I check my statements regularly which I think everyone should do and basically I just you know audit of all the credit card company -- him.
I hate you a victim of credit card fraud and you know every user count.
And why do you think that it.
We don't -- I don't -- thinks it's on the investments.
And I didn't have one instance.
Yes -- but I don't think.
The credit card companies said that it was being fraudulently used to let it.
I never got any charges words never seen that -- and -- impact on the bag that I need them.
Might -- and it.
-- and again there has cut the perfect.
And a lot of these people took my except when they realize they were victims of identity that's.
However if you want to prevented altogether aren't we even more and the personal finance section of foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Christina Scotty.
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