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Scams - Visa & MasterCard Scams


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Visa and MasterCard Scams are occurring with an alarming increase in their trend. Most of these scams imitate E-bay, American Express, PayPal, etc. and approach you through e-mail or phone. They offer ultimatums stating your accounts will expire soon if you fail to update information with them. They therefore ask for secure and confidential information. This in itself proves them scams, as Paypal and other such card companies do not ask for any personal information through e-mail. They always ask through their secure websites only.

Normally, credit card companies keep a profile of your expenses through their records. They at times block your spending capacity if they find someone making any illegal charges through your credit card. You will then be unable to use your card and will be aware of any blockages only if you call your credit card company. You need to explain any such charge and only then they release blockage of your credit card account. 

Scams through phone are ones that are more recent. Different credit card companies like Visa and MasterCard regularly inform their customers to hang up the phone if you receive any scam calls, mostly from Midwest. You therefore need to be aware of such phone calls to safeguard your credit card. The caller gives his name, company name and badge number at first.

Thereafter he informs that it is a verification call to check whether you have purchased any specific device from some marketing company. If you answer in the negative, caller offers you a credit for not purchasing through some particular company. Therefore, he further verifies your credit card number, address, and other personal details. 

The main hitch is that he asks security numbers of Visa and MasterCard to verify whether you physically possess your card. They further ask you to call back in case you have any queries. However, you understand total scam if you call up real credit card companies. As you give out all security numbers, you receive regular debits of purchases you never make at an interval of every few days. Unless you report incident to your credit card company in initial stages, you cannot do anything else later other than surrender your card and get a new one.


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