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Toledo Police are
searching for someone they say is responsible for a rash of credit card fraud
in the area.
Many people pay for
everything with a card, but if you aren't careful, you can get more than you
Police say it occurs a lot
at restaurants or drive-thrus. Dealers recruit people working there to carry
card readers. When customers give them their card to pay, the employee swipes
it through their card reader – stealing your information - before swiping it
through the terminal for the purchase.
"Watch them actually swipe
it through their register," said Sgt. Joe Heffernan, of Toledo Police. "That
way you know that that credit card is only being used for that purpose. And
that that data is not being captured onto another device."
Once your information is
stolen, police say the dealers are taking your information and transferring it
to gift cards to make big purchases with your money.
If you think your
information has been stolen, report it to the credit card company and to