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The Best Way to Protect Yourself From Credit Card "Vishing" Scams

“Vishing,” or voice-based phishing, is a method used by identity thieves to steal your credit card number and other personal information over the phone. Here’s how to tell if a call is actually from a scammer, and the best way to handle the situation if you’re not sure. Read more...
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