Are You Protected? Understanding Credit Card And Identity Theft By Elizabeth Ferrin


    The self-storage facility’s doors have been locked up tight. The gates are all secure. All of the security cameras have been switched on as the manager heads home for the night. An army of outdoor lights illuminate the entire site. After a series of checks and double checks, the property seems impenetrable. The self-storage owner can rest easy tonight knowing that the store is safe and secure. But, not so fast …

    In spite of all the best state-of-the-art security, thieves can still find their way into the inner workings of this self-storage business. These criminals are especially alarming because they don’t actually need to step foot on the property. They are not looking to break into units to take valuables or steal vehicles from the parking lot. Instead, they proceed to commit a crime that will potentially cost big money for the store and its customers. They can commit this crime from the comfort of their own homes, with only a computer. It takes only a single key stroke and the click of a mouse for these thieves to gain access to the self-storage facility’s computer network, and proceed to steal credit card numbers and personal information from tenant files. In an instant, this highly secure facility falls victim to credit card and identity theft.

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