Credit Card Pins – thank you

Hope you had a nice Christmas and you’re enjoying the holiday! I just took a look at my credit card statement and I’m glad the new credit card PIN numbers were brought in. I forgot mine several months ago and now I rarely use my card because a lot of shops won’t accept a chipped credit card without it! Great!

No, I haven’t got around to getting a new one yet, thank you.

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2 replies on “Credit Card Pins – thank you”

Thank god you have got the pin changed. There are many kinds of risks that you can have to face if your credit pin got stolen. There is a risk of identity theft too. Here is a good resource for identity theft The identity theft can have drastic effect on your credit. Beware of it from today. I have faced a lot of trouble due to this.

I personally had a trust hold the title to my checking account instead of having it in my own name. A trust is a seperate legal entity capable of holding property.
All i had to do was advise the bank manager i wanted only the trust’s name on the account title and account statement.Used a mail
nominee so i DON’T receive mail containing bank account statements. I was a victim so i got my things in order. I live under the radar now thanks to this source :

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