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Basics of Credit Card Security

Finding out that your credit card security was compromised is like finding out that someone broke into your house. You feel violated. You have a hard time understanding how it could have happened. What’s even more frustrating is the impact this incident could have on your credit score if not handled right away.

You cards can become compromised through a data breach. Another way is through payment card skimming. Public wifi is fine when used properly. If not your cards become compromised. Falling victim through a phishing attack is another way to become vulnerable. Accidentally installing malware can wreak havoc on your computer as well as compromising your personal information.

To help you prevent bad actors from gaining access to your credit or debit accounts, I wanted to share some helpful tips on credit card security. It’s a shame, but accounts get hacked. Learn how it happens.

You will also get some tips on ways to protect your personal information, so you can always remain one step ahead of credit thieves. Learn these important methods.

Here is the full infographic detailing the basics of credit card security.

Credit card security is important

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