Most people use their debit/credit cards everywhere they go. Some of the easiest places for your identity to be stolen is at the local coffee shop or supermarket.
That will be $3.82.
To prevent your identity from being stolen, always keep debit/credit cards in a safe secure place like a wallet or purse.
Thanks, have a good day!
It's mine, now!
You can prevent yourself from being a victim of identity theft by: shredding documents, checking your mail and locking the mail box every day, protecting your Social Security Number, and only entering financial information on official, secure websites.
If you realize your card is gone within two business days then you're only responsible for $50 worth of the unauthorized charges.
Oh no! My debit card is gone!!
I should go to the bank and freeze it, right now!
Once you report your ATM card has been stolen, it can take two months to get your money back
Officer, arrest him!!!
That's my card!!
This isn't your card...
I'm going to have to take you down town, sir.
Identity theft is a federal crime when a person knowingly transfers or uses a means of identification of another person with the intent to commit any unlawful activity that constitutes a violation of Federal law. It will land you prison for a minimum of two years.