Credit card crooks are cashing in

By Staff Writer

Virgin Money says credit card fraud is rising fast 

From Personal Finance
By Staff Reporter

Credit card fraud is rapidly on the increase in South Africa and you need to become more vigilant with your credit card and all information relating to it, says Virgin Money. According to Virgin Money, you should sign new credit cards as soon as you receive them. If you receive a replacement card, be sure to destroy your old card by cutting it into many small pieces.
 

Justmoney.co.za says:

Virgin Money have issued sound, common sense principles for keeping your credit card safe. If you want to keep your future safe you should plan for your retirement, get the best medical aid that you can, and consolidate your debts.

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