The “security freeze” is the number one tool to prevent crooks from stealing your credit card information. But the problem is that not many people use it.
Police on Monday were asking for assistance in finding a suspect who allegedly stole another man’s credit card and made a purchase worth nearly $500 at a Home Depot in the Bronx.
Workers found the card skimmers and tiny hidden cameras at a Long Island Rail Road station in Baldwin last week during a routine inspection, police said.
The proposal would require the price difference be clearly displayed on every automated pump screen and give motorists the opportunity to opt out of the higher credit/debit price.
Police on Monday were asking the public to help them identify and find a suspect who stole someone’s credit card information and made unauthorized purchases at a Brooklyn liquor store.
The chain said that customers who made purchases using their cards at its U.S. stores between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 may have been exposed.
A thief has been preying on women who work at medical offices in New Jersey.
If college students are not careful, money mistakes they make now could take years to correct.
The retailers have a choice as to whether they wish to charge the fee — but now they’re faced with a dilemma. Do they eat the cost, or pass it on to the consumer and risk driving away customers?
Using a credit card could be costly in New Jersey starting Sunday, as retailers gain the right to add a checkout fee of 4 percent for credit purchases.
We’ve warned you about identity theft before. Everyone’s a target for this type of crime – from the elderly to the deceased. Now, your kids are also at risk. Children are 51 percent more likely to have their identities stolen than adults.
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Police said the suspects bought over $2,000 worth of goods at Lowe’s Home Improvement in Danbury before going to The Westchester Mall in White Plains to continue their shopping spree.
Legislator Michael Kaplowitz is proposing that a $1,000 fine be levied on gas stations that don’t clearly indicate a different price for card customers.