By IDTheftAuthority.com

There are many different ways fraudsters are trying to steal your credit card data, but there are some simple measures you can take to help prevent your credit card information from getting stolen. You do have rights as a credit card holder, but when it comes down to it, it’s up to you to keep your information safe. It’s also essential that you understand some of your rights so you can exercise those rights immediately after you learn about suspicious activity on your card.

Follow these 5 simple steps to help prevent credit card fraud:

Step 1: Put Your Cards in a Safe Spot.

Similar tocash and your ID, be sure that you know where your credit cards are all the time. It’s a good idea to carry your cards separate from your wallet so thieves won’t have any way to steal money from you should your wallet get stolen.

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