Consumer Financial Protection

Recent credit and debit card data breaches have consumers wanting to know what to do if they feel they have been the victim of fraud. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director, Richard Corday, discusses steps consumers should take to protect their accounts from suspicious activity. Corday also suggests what consumers should do if they spot a fraudulent charge on their credit or debit card statement. Officials say if you are unhappy with your card provider’s response to your situation, submit a complaint to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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