Re: Credit card number stolen
I have read in several places that you are more at risk when you use your credit card in person than online. More fraud happens when a clerk copies down your number or someone swipes it from your mailbox. DH and I have noticed that Discover is really good at calling if something is out of line. My Dad's credit card (don't know through whom) is really good. They call him every time my sister cons him into letting her use it online to purchase bras and such.
Yelnad --"What you're paying for is an education, not a room at the Sheraton,and sometimes that education is uncomfortable."- Jim Terhune, Dean of Student Affairs, Colgate University