Credit Card Safety
It's that time once again for the annual hunt. No, not for deer or quail, but for the "perfect" Christmas present. On these hunts many will be armed with their trusty credit cards. Unless caution is used, however, these trips could have tragic instead of happy endings.
With the arrival of the holiday season comes an increase in the use of credit cards and also a rise in the number of cards that are lost or stolen. Most thefts take place on weekends and in crowded situations such as shopping centers. Here are some ways to protect your credit cards during the busy holiday season:
Source: LaFon, J. (1997, November/December). Family connection. (UO&E).
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