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Credit Card Fraud Attorneys Camden NJ

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Mark S. Greenberg
(877) 297-6972
Lacheen Wittels Et Al, 1429 Walnut St Ste 1301
Philadelphia, PA
Specialties
Credit Card Fraud, Insurance Fraud, Criminal Defense
State Licensing
Pennsylvania

Robert Craig Thurston
(856) 448-5066
1019 Salem Road
Cherry Hill, NJ
Specialties
Litigation, Business, Estate Planning, Education, Credit Card Fraud
Education
Ohio State College of Law,University of Michigan
State Licensing
Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

John W Hargrave
(856) 672-4392
117 CLEMENTS BRIDGE RD
BARRINGTON, NJ
Specialties
Bankruptcy, Litigation, Business, Elder Law, Credit Card Fraud
Education
Rider College,Western New England College
State Licensing
New Jersey

Portello Matthew V Attorney At Law
(856) 365-0080
519 Federal St Ste 503
Camden, NJ
 
Schwartz Donald Attorney At Law
(856) 966-6171
518 Market St
Camden, NJ
 
Michael Wayne McTigue Jr.
1 LOGAN SQ ONE LOGAN SQUARE
PHILADELPHIA, PA
Specialties
Class Action, Commercial, Media, Investment Fraud, Credit Card Fraud
Education
Boston University School of Law,University of Pennsylvania
State Licensing
Pennsylvania

John W Hargrave
(856) 672-4392
117 CLEMENTS BRIDGE RD
BARRINGTON, NJ
Specialties
Bankruptcy, Litigation, Business, Elder Law, Credit Card Fraud
Education
Rider College,Western New England College
State Licensing
New Jersey

Robert Craig Thurston
(856) 448-5066
1019 Salem Road
Cherry Hill, NJ
Specialties
Litigation, Business, Estate Planning, Education, Credit Card Fraud
Education
Ohio State College of Law,University of Michigan
State Licensing
Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Taylor Victor ESQ
(856) 365-7272
116 N 3rd St
Camden, NJ
 
Leonetti Mark A ESQ
(856) 365-7272
116 N 3rd St
Camden, NJ
 

Credit Card Fraud: What to Do If You Become a Victim

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Credit Card Fraud: What to Do If You Become a Victim
By BBB 
Email
Feb 13, 2008, 18:11

   

Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning consumers that even if their credit or debit card never leaves their sight, they could still become a victim of fraud or identity theft and need to be prepared to act quickly to minimize the damage.

The 2008 Identity Fraud Survey Report from Javelin Strategy & Research states that fraud is declining in the U.S. – down 12 percent from 2006 – and that 8.1 million Americans were actually victims of identity fraud. However, the Identity Theft Resource Center, says 127 million personal records were reported compromised in the U.S. in 2007, a six-fold increase over the previous year.

“Stolen belongings continue to be the main source of personal identity fraud in the U.S., but businesses continue to report alarming security breaches that expose millions of Americans’ identities and financial information to would-be thieves,” said Bert Hubbell, President and CEO of the BBB of MN and ND. “Identity thieves are certainly stealing some wallets, but the bigger prizes are the massive customer databases with outdated encryption security that sit like pots of gold at the end of the cyberspace rainbow.”

In late 2007 owners of the T.J. Maxx and Marshalls retail chains, reported that tens of millions of credit and debit card owners were exposed to fraud when hackers stole data while it was being transmitted wirelessly. In January, the personal information – including 150,000 social security numbers – of more than 650,000 customers of JC Penney and other major U.S. retailers was compromised when a computer tape went missing from a data storage warehouse run by Iron Mountain Inc.

BBB is encouraging consumers to become savvier and keep a close eye on their credit and debit card statements for suspicious activity. If they find their card has been stolen or if they have noticed fraudulent charges on their accounts, BBB offers the following advice that will help consumers resolve the issue as quickly as possible:

Step One: Contact the Issuer.

Credit card issuers typically have a 24-hour hotline for consumers to report fraud and theft. By law, a consumer’s maximum liability is $50 per credit card; once they have reported a loss or theft of a credit card to the issuer, consumers have no further responsibility for unauthorized charges. If the fraud involves a person’s credit card number, but not the card itself, the consumer has no liability for unauthorized use. If an ATM or debit card is lost or stolen, the amount of money someone could lose depends on how quickly they alert the issuer – if they wait too long, they could lose everything in the account.

Step Two: Contact the Authorities.

If a credit or debit card has been stolen or if the consumer has noticed fraudulent charges on their account, they can file a report with the local police. The consumer w...

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