Use the Web to Take Charge of Your Credit
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With so many people using credit cards, credit card fraud has become a lucrative "business." The Web can give you some helpful tips for protecting your identity.
- Checking your credit report regularly online can help you detect fraud or identity theft and. You don't have to wait until you receive next month's bill to make sure all your charges are legitimate.
- When shopping online, avoid making any credit card purchases while using a wireless Internet connection unless you're sure that the connection is secure. For more tips on protecting yourself against fraud and identity theft online, read the findingDulcinea Internet Security Guide.
- See "When Credit Cards are Disputed", an article from Creditor Web, if you need help disputing any charges.
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