The massive ATM fraud earlier this month — in which thieves across the world stole tens of millions of dollars in hours — can, in part, be blamed on the magnetic strips on the back of our bank cards.
Police in Delaware are searching for a suspect that robbed a mother and her young son after they went to the ATM.
Police in Medford, New Jersey have released photographs of two men they say installed a device to steal private information off customers’ ATM cards at a local bank.
Police in a Medford Township, New Jersey are warning ATM users about a skimming machine discovered at the TD Bank on Stokes Road.
Authorities are asking for assistance in finding a male who is used a counterfeit credit card containing stolen information.
Police in Bucks County are searching for a suspect who placed an illegal device on an ATM in an attempt to steal customer’s personal information.
3 On Your Side gets action for a local woman who was attacked and robbed at Franklin Mills Mall in November.
Police in Northeast Philadelphia are asking women to be on alert after two women were kidnapped and robbed at knifepoint.
Police in Dover are investigating a theft from an ATM that happened early Friday morning.
Ride the rails, buy a cup of coffee, all with the wave of your hand. Tap and go technology has been around for several years now, but PATCO is now hoping to simplifying things. 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan is here to explain.
Camden authorities say a gunman opened fire on a city street early Friday, killing a man and wounding four other people who were standing in line to use a nearby ATM.
Philadelphia police are searching for two suspects who forced a victim at gunpoint to withdraw money from his bank account at an ATM machine inside a convenience store.
Thieves are using new high-tech ways to steal your account information from the exact place you put your debit card: an ATM. Can you trust your ATM?
Newark Police are searching for a suspect who reportedly tried to steal an ATM machine Friday morning.
Montgomery County authorities say they have broken up a multi-jurisdictional ATM skimmer scam landing five Bulgarian nationals behind bars on a $250,000 cash bail each.