ATM Fraud
Tips for protecting yourself against ATM fraud
  • Never write your Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your card or in your wallet. Memorize your PIN as soon as possible. Do not reveal your PIN to anyone not authorized to use the account.
  • Never use your date of birth, social security number, license number or street address as a PIN -- those are the first numbers a crook will try.
  • Don't throw away your ATM receipts at the ATM location. Keep them to reconcile your account, then dispose of them properly when you get home.
  • Always be aware of your surroundings when using the ATM. If it is late at night, try to use a machine that is well lit and avoid dark, remote locations.
  • Always make sure to retrieve your ATM card from the machine when the transaction is complete.
  • Be aware of the person behind you. Make sure no one can see you entering your PIN or how much money you withdraw.
  • Review your statement promptly to ensure all transactions are accurate. Report any discrepancies immediately.
  • Destroy old ATM cards immediately after receiving your replacement cards.

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