What to Do if Your Credit Card Has Been Hacked

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  • Target's Security Breach Has Americas Worried About Being Hacked
  • 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

With the recent Target security breach, which put millions of Americans’ credit and debit card information at risk, at least 15 lawsuits have emerged against Target. Shoppers are more worried than ever about getting their cards hacked as more than 11,571,900 Americans report identity theft annually. Follow these tips from CNN Money and BET.com if you think you your credit or debit card has been hacked. Dominique Zonyéé (@DominiqueZonyee)

(Photo: AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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