So apparently a while back there was a virus known as the “Dexter” virus, and it tore through the type of POS systems that restaurants and bars frequently use. 55 more words
COCKEYSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying suspects in the misuse of credit cards.
Police say on May 28, a victim left her wallet at a store on York Road in Cockeysville and realized she lost it when the bank contacted her about fraudulent activity on one of her credit cards. 112 more words
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — West Des Moines police say the “overwhelming response” by the public to help identify a man wanted for using a stolen credit card has resulted in an arrest. 65 more words
As technology advances and digital solutions proliferate, Restaurants become increasingly vulnerable to data security intrusions. As an article by the National Restaurant Association mentions: It is important to remember that businesses are responsible for protecting their customer’s credit card data from cyber criminals just as they are responsible for keeping burglars out of their establishment. 508 more words
BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) - Boulder police have arrested two suspects and are searching for three more in a credit-card theft case.
Police said a woman lost her wallet while working out with friends in the downtown area of Broadway and Pearl streets. 29 more words
Most of the time when you find someone has used your credit card to go on a spending spree, it’s a series of gas station visits, maybe a shopping trip or two racking up some hefty charges or even a visit to the local fast food joint. 214 more words