Credit Card Fraud
If you weren’t victimized in the Target breach, that doesn’t mean you can rest easy. The FBI says the number of incidents will continue to rise.
“It’s not like the olden days when, if your credit card was used for some fraud, it was because you lost it,” says Prof. Rob D’Ovidio of Drexel University.
They allegedly gained over $200 million from credit card companies, using more than 7,000 phony IDs and 1,800 drop locations across America.
What’s the first thing you should do if you find that you’re the victim of identity theft? And then what?
Police in Delaware County are warning patrons of a Ruby’s Diner after the restaurant’s computer system was compromised.
Police and federal authorities are continuing their investigation into a pair of California residents who were arrested last Friday in Cinnaminson after they were found with blank and stolen credit cards, and stolen credit information.
A Philadelphia man will spend at least 18 months in state prison for stealing corporate credit card numbers from guests at a Bucks County hotel and then using the cards to buy Phillies and Flyers tickets.