What to Do if Your Credit Card Has Been Hacked

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  • Check Your Statement
  • Call Your Bank or Credit Card Provider
  • Replace Your Card
  • Change Your PIN
  • Sign Up for Fraud Monitoring Service
  • Target's Security Breach Has Americas Worried About Being Hacked

Sign Up for Fraud Monitoring Service

Now that you are all set up with a new card, to prevent it from happening again enroll in fraud monitoring services. LifeLock and Identity Guard and other threat protection services will monitor your credit card activities and alert you when your account has been breached. These services will cost about $25 per month.

Learn more about ID theft and computer hacking here.

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