Identity theft is a serious problem today, and those who are really concerned take the initiative to pay for identity theft coverage. While not everyone chooses to go that far in their quest to protect their identities, there are precautions you can and should take in order to reduce your potential for becoming a victim.
Protect Yourself from Credit Card Fraud
Have you ever been a credit card fraud victim? Consider yourself lucky if you haven't! It doesn't have to been something big, but it's still inconvenient. I remember the first time I found a fraudulent charge on my credit card I was appalled. I was so careful but someone managed to place a subscription to an adult website on my credit card! I don't even visit those sites, but it somehow made it to my credit card. The only thing that really saved me was the charge was generated during a time when I wasn't on the computer and was able to prove it to my card issuer. This saved me from a long and drawn out investigation.Read More »from How to Avoid Becoming a Credit Card Fraud Victim