Credit Card Chips More Common Now, But Still Missing Layer Of SecurityShoppers may hate the time it takes to process the new credit cards, but the reason for the chip is that it's supposed to be harder to counterfeit.
DA: Accused Romantic Scammer Conned More Women While Out On BailProsecutors say a man already facing a 45-count indictment for allegedly using romantic relationships to con women out of hundreds thousands of dollars scammed two more women while he was out on bail.
I-Team: Reporter’s Stolen Credit Card Number Reveals Rampant Fraud Around BostonLaw enforcement agencies tell the WBZ I-Team fraud is exploding around the Boston area.
Man Charged With Using Girlfriends' IDs To Open Credit Cards Held On $7,500 BailA New Hampshire man accused of opening credit cards in the names of five women and racking up hundreds of thousands of dollars in charges on them was arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court Wednesday morning.
Man Wanted For Using Stolen Credit Card Info To Buy $1,000 In T PassesTransit police are looking for a man who they say fraudulently used credit cards to buy more than $1,000 worth of MBTA Charlie Cards and commuter rail passes.
Suspect Crashes After Police Chase In BurlingtonPolice say the suspect led them on a chase, rammed a police car and hit two vehicles before he was arrested on Monday.
New 'Smart Card' Technology To Reduce Credit Card FraudIt's a small silver square sending a wave of ripple effects through retail - a small microchip on the front of credit cards that hopes to greatly reduce credit fraud.
Rockland Federal Credit Union Reports Debit Card Security BreachRockland Federal Credit Union is alerting its customers to a debit card security breach.
2 Women Wanted For Credit Card Fraud In LowellLowell police are searching for two women who have come up with a new scheme to steal credit card numbers to go on shopping sprees.