Probably not. I want to know what type of card was associated with your account that had a fraud on it. And how you found out you had a problem. This applies to both credit cards and debit cards issued by these companies.
Diners Club or Carte Blanche
I was notified of a problem by the card issuer before I was aware of any problem.
I found the problem myself and had to contact the card issuer.
It just happened to me luckily my bank called me as soon as it happened.That's why I use my bank credit card.They cancelled it for me and are going to send me a new one.I love TD Bank.
I was just notified by my credit card company. Good thing I had purchased fraud protection from them for $2.99 a month, so I'm not on the hook for the fraudulant purchases one of the fraudulant purchases was at Home Depot for greater than $900 and the other at TJMAX for greater than $500. I looked on the internet purchases I made on the day of the fraudulant purchases. I made two internet purchases that day using that credit card and both purchases were for eliquid hardware supplies. I will not name the eliquid/hardware companies here because I don't know if it was related or pure chance. But one thing I do know is I won't take a chance again with those two eliquid/hardware supply companies. Until I'm proven otherwise, I've black listed them from any more purchases that I make in the future.
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It was a "VISA Check/Debit" card. I say I discovered the problem but I could have answered that question either way because the reason I called them is that they had already put a "stop" on my card due to some "unusual" activity. I won't name the vendor involved unless someone would like to share their own experience privately with me so we can compare notes.