09-11-2012 04:15 PM
I already changed my card and my password for my checking account.. But how far would you go? would you change all the passwords to the CC's logins?
They used my card to buy a 4.99 product on the web that changes passwords. its called http://re-pass.net/ .... This scared the heck out of me.. Would you change everything?
09-11-2012 05:22 PM
09-13-2012 09:34 PM
When this happens this is kind of scary at first. But know that you are protected.
Go into your bank tomorrow and have them deactivate the card due to fraud and have them send you another one with a new pin as well.
And file a claim and affidavit with the charges that aren't yours.
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