• 9 credit card and money scams that you should watch out for

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Credit card scams can affect anyone, and they're lurking everywhere from hotel rooms to blockchain sites.
    Here are some credit card scams that'll make you think twice about giving out your numbers. Beware any instructions that follow your computer's blue "screen of death."
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    One woman in Marin County, California, reports that she was scammed by a fraudster who pretended they could fix her computer, according to ABC 7 News. She also alleges that even though she flagged the fraudulent charges, her bank failed to stop the transaction.
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