Erroneous fraud alerts are on the rise. However, banks are now less likely to completely block transactions at the point of sale thanks to real-time tech features.
By: Jennifer Liu
Frequently purchase with plastic?
Then you might have noticed that your bank has become a little trigger happy when it comes to credit fraud alerts lately.
And thanks to the recent uptick in financial data breaches, you can start expecting them more often.
According to a recent survey from CreditCards.com, four in 10 Americans have had a transaction blocked or questioned by their card company—and of these alerts, …