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(@renly11)
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20/02/2017 7:59 am  

 Hi, anyone knows what can I do if I’m the victim of credit fraud?

 

Are there any legal options available to solve this? Thanks in advance for your help!


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(@bob61)
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23/02/2017 10:30 am  

 I’d suggest you to discuss this with your bank. As far as I know various banks have different ways of dealing with this, so make sure you know what will bank will do should this unfortunate event happen in order to help you.

 


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(@ike32)
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24/02/2017 9:30 am  

 What kind of fraud are you referring to? There are various possibilities, starting from your actual card to be stolen, to getting money stolen from your account and various other things happening.

 

I think the solutions depend on what exact type of fraud you are dealing with. But yea, safest way is to report immediately to your bank and ask for assistance.


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(@renly11)
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03/03/2017 8:20 am  

 I didn’t have a specific kind in my mind, I was just thinking in general what can I do if someone is trying one way or another to break into my account and steal my money. Yea, of course I guess the best idea is to contact the bank immediately but are there also ways to prevent frauds in advance? Right now I read something on this forum about credit monitoring which seems to be a service offered by banks to check the status of your accounts. This sounds very interesting, do you know if there are other options available too?

 


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(@kennyr2)
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03/03/2017 8:33 am  

 Hey, do you guys know that Creditspot also has a great blog where you can find many useful information about various things related to credit cards including credit fraud??

Here’s the link: https://creditspot.org/blog/ If you scroll down you’ll find a category called ‘Scams!’ where you can read about various types of scams such as identity theft, predatory mortgage lending, Christian debt consolidation scams, debt settlement scams, debt elimination/removal scams and debt consolidation scams.

 

It’s very interesting, you will not only find out what all these things mean, but also advice on how to avoid them. Check it out!


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