Credit Card Loss Protection

February 10, 2017




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Credit Card Loss Protection

 

Looking for the right credit card loss protection is very important. Knowing the rights that you have may leave you paying no money when you have a problem with credit card theft. It could be something that happens and you have no clue about, but reporting that card missing you should be protected and not need to pay any of the charges that are made after it is reported missing. The federal law states that you should not be held liable for over $50 if you have reported the problem quickly of your credit card being lost.

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Many companies will include some protection that you can buy, actually for free in many cases for loss of that card. These are very good programs and one that should be taken advantage of, since all those unauthorized charges will be removed. Asking to ensure that your current credit card company has this policy is a very good idea.

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Do beware though because you may have many people who will try and scam the credit card number from you. This could be done by a phone call that the person claims they are calling from the card company that issued your card. You will be asked to verify that account number, remember that if they are really from the company that issued your card they will have this information already. It’s a very simple way that many people may actually be scammed and have a credit card used for something they didn’t authorize.

Those emails that you get about an amazing offer for a credit card are often not what they really claim. Most of the time these are actually scams or programs that you should simply delete from your email. It is better to hold off on an offer that seems too good to be true, because often when you read the fine print it isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Learn the steps to protect yourself against any problems with credit card theft or fraud. This includes leaving your cards lying around in different areas. Having them sitting out on a counter or even a desk at work is simple tempting a person to steal your information. Never give your card number to another person unless you plan on adding them to the account.

Receiving your bills in the mail may be asking for the chance of theft or fraud of your credit card number. It is amazing just how many times your mail can be intercepted by someone else and they can call and possible get another card issued under your name to them. Changing the way you get your bills to only by email can stop this from possibly happening to you.

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