Safety in numbers

Credit card fraud has reared its ugly head over the last month, but there are eight simple steps you can take to ensure that you don't join the ever-growing ranks of the scammed, writes Adrian Weckler.

6th September, 2008

Credit card fraud has reared its ugly head over the last month, but there are eight simple steps you can take to ensure that you don't join the ever-growing ranks of the scammed, writes Adrian Weckler.

Last month was the worst on record for Irish credit card security in shops, restaurants and retailers. Several crime gangs, using alternate methods, were exposed for skimming, hacking and stealing confidential credit card details from insufficiently protected businesses. Here...

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