BEWARE OF CREDIT CARD FRAUDS


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NEW WAY OF STEALING…
ESPECIALLY LOOK AT SCENE THREE…

Be sure to read Scene 3. Quite interesting.

This is a new one. People sure stay busy
Trying to cheat us, don’t they?

SCENE 1.
A friend went to the local gym and placed his belongings in the
locker. After the
workout and a shower, he came out, saw the locker open, and thought
to himself,
‘Funny, I thought I locked the locker…

Hmm, ‘He dressed and just flipped the wallet to make sure all was in
order.
Everything looked okay – all cards were in place…

A few weeks later his credit card bill came – a whooping bill of
$14,000!

He called the credit card company and started yelling at them,
saying that he did
not make the transactions.

Customer care personnel verified that there was no mistake in the
system and
asked if his card had been stolen…
‘No,’ he said, but then took out his wallet, pulled out the credit
card, and yep –
you guessed it – a switch had been made.

An expired similar credit card from the same bank was in the wallet.

The thief broke into his locker at the gym and switched cards.

Verdict: The credit card issuer said since he did not report the
card missing
earlier, he would have to pay the amount owed to them.

How much did he have to pay for items he did not buy?

$9,000! Why were there no calls made to verify the amount swiped?
Small amounts rarely trigger a ‘warning bell’ with some credit card
companies. It just so happens that all the small amounts added up to
big one!
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SCENE 2.
A man at a local restaurant paid for his meal with his credit card.

The bill for the meal came, he signed it and the waitress folded the
receipt and
passed the credit card along.

Usually, he would just take it and place it in his wallet or pocket.
Funny enough,
though, he actually took a look at the card and, lo and behold, it
was the expired
card of another person.

He called the waitress and she looked perplexed.

She took it back, apologized, and hurried back to the counter under
the watchful eye of the
man.

All the waitress did while walking to the counter was wave the wrong
expired card to the
counter cashier, and the counter cashier immediately looked down and
took out the real card.

No exchange of words — nothing! She took it and came back to the
man with an apology..
(This scenario actually happened to me at a local restaurant- Falls
Terrace-between the waitress
and the front desk cashier.)

Verdict: Make sure the credit cards in your wallet are yours.
Check the name on the card every time you sign for something and/or
the card is taken
away for even a short period of time.
Many people just take back the credit card without even looking at
it, ‘assuming’
that it has to be theirs.
FOR YOUR OWN SAKE, DEVELOP THE HABIT OF CHECKING YOUR CREDIT CARD
EACH
TIME IT IS RETURNED TO YOU AFTER A TRANSACTION!
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SCENE 3:
Yesterday I went into a pizza restaurant to pick up an order that I
had called in.

I paid by using my Visa Check Card which, of course, is linked
directly to my checking
Account.

The young man behind the counter took my card, swiped it, then laid
it on the counter
as he waited for the approval, which is pretty standard procedure.

While he waited, he picked up his cell phone and started dialing.

I noticed the phone because it is the same model I have, but nothing
seemed out of the
ordinary. Then I heard a click that sounded like my phone sounds
when I take a picture.

He then gave me back my card but kept the phone in his hand as if he
was still pressing
buttons.

Meanwhile, I’m thinking: I wonder what he is taking a picture of,
oblivious to what was
really going on.

It then dawned on me: the only thing there was my credit card, so
now I’m paying close
attention to what he is doing..

He set his phone on the counter, leaving it open.

About five seconds later, I heard the chime that tells you that the
picture has been
saved.

Now I’m standing there struggling with the fact that this boy just
took a picture of my
credit card.

Yes, he played it off well, because had we not had the same kind of
phone, I probably would
never have known what happened.

Needless to say, I immediately canceled that card as I was walking
out of the pizza parlour.

All I am saying is, be aware of your surroundings at all times.

Whenever you are using your credit card take caution and don’t be
careless.

Notice who is standing near you and what they are doing when you use
your card.

Be aware of phones, because many have a camera phone these days.

FORWARD THIS TO AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU CAN THINK OF. LET’S GET THE
WORD
OUT! JUST BE AWARE.
Never let your card out of your sight…..check and check again!

Scary isn’t it…..

New way of STEALING… Don’t delete this one!!


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