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

Change Your PIN

A new card means a new personal identification number, or PIN. Make sure you make a secure PIN that will make it hard to crack, for example don’t use birthdays or anniversaries. Click here for tips to help you create a PIN that is difficult to guess.

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