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Click here to see BTFCU's Savings Accounts and Savings Rates. Click here to see BTFCU's Loans and Loan Rates.

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ScamBusters: ATM Skimming


ATM Skimming A Growing Threat

Police in Raleigh, North Carolina, arrested four suspects in 2009 as a result of multiple investigations into cases of “skimming,” where thieves use electronic devices to steal financial information. The skimming devices, small cameras hidden in pinholes of ATMs or gas pumps, are difficult to detect, and can impact large groups of people. The devices can capture PIN numbers, card numbers, and information contained on the magnetic strip of credit and debit cards.

When using an ATM, think about these tips:

  • Be aware. Know your surroundings in the areas you do business.
  • Regularly review bank records and financial statements.
  • Visit familiar ATMs and look for out-of-place objects or anything protruding from the panel where the card is inserted.
  • Contact the credit union immediately if you find anything suspicious.

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