TO: All employers who uses company`s credit card
FROM: Security center
DATE: 24 March , 2011
SUBJECT: Credit Card FraudDue to the increasing incidence of credit card fraud system security office calls you to inform all employees be vigilant and cautious when use creditcards.
With more options being offered by banks, it's easier for thieves to tap into your resources. By following the following advice, you can avoidsuch problems and thwart fraud.
• Don't print your driver's license number, phone number, social security number, or telephone number on your checks.
• Haveyour checks mailed to your bank, and pick them up there.
• Don't mail checks from your home. Mail them from the post office.
• Find out if your debit cardhas fraud protection similar to credit cards. Many don't.
• Read your bank statements closely for anything that you don't recognize, and look into itimmediately. Don't forget ATM withdrawls and miscellaneous memos.
• Use secure ATM locations. Watch for people lurking nearby or extraneous electronics attachedto the ATM interface. If the machine takes your card (as opposed to just letting you swipe it) make sure you have it when you walk away.
• Avoid lettingbusinesses debit your bank account instead of a credit or debit card. If something goes wrong, a credit or debit card is so much easier to change than your bankaccount number.
If you lose your card or you have any questions about credit card fraud, please contact us at 555-6767 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org