How to Protect Yourself from Credit Card Fraud 

Always keep your credit card information, including your card number, expiration date, and security code, private and secure.

Regularly check your credit card statements for any suspicious or unauthorized transactions.

Use a credit card with a chip and a PIN for added security when making purchases in person.

Use a mobile wallet or other digital payment system instead of carrying your physical credit card.

Be suspicious of unsolicited phone calls, emails, or text messages asking for your credit card information.

Be aware of phishing scams, which are attempts to trick you into giving away your credit card information.

Use a password or biometric authentication to protect your mobile device and computer from unauthorized access.

Be careful when using public Wi-Fi networks to access your credit card information.

Limit the number of credit cards you carry and regularly review the credit report for any unauthorized accounts.