03-25-2013 01:22 PM - edited 03-25-2013 01:23 PM
03-26-2013 06:35 PM
ok so i did the push alerts for chase i may do them if i carry discover soon.
03-26-2013 07:06 PM
I'm not sure why you contacted the police since Chase is handling it. If Chase said no we aren't helping, then a police report would be understandable. The contactless chip really is not that dangerous, but the feature isn't really that advantageous. You always have 0 liability for fradulent charges, so nothing to worry about. I think it's being overly paranoid to assume that since a credit card was used your identity was stolen aswell. I advise against freezing any reports or enrolling in lifelock.
03-27-2013 09:43 AM
Thats one reason I have chase mobile alerts, as soon as ity is swiped I get a text
I get text and emails from Chase.. I had someone steal my Disney rewards card at a Shell gas station; the next day it was used for 1.00. I have the alert set to anything over .25cents. Chase said most people do like $25.00. But while I was on the phone with Chase cancelling the card and reporting fraud they tried to put thru a charge for $599.00. Now CC thieves are getting smarter and seeing if they will get unnoticed for a small amount, if so then they try to charge a large amount.
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