There was a time when people roamed with a lot of cash in their pocket. This was because if you went shopping, the only choice was to pay by cash. But carrying cash always carried a safety threat as well. People could be robbed in the middle of the street and all that cash being accumulated by you is lost in a matter of seconds. Then came credit cards. For public that found it cumbersome to carry cash in the pocket, these cards were a boon. After all, this little innovation empowered them to buy all that they liked without bothering about the amount of cash in their wallet.
Today, credit cards are a common story. People have even equated the ownership of credit cards to be like a status symbol. However, none of this is true. We do agree that credit cards add convenience to your routine. But, at the same time, we would also recommend you to practice certain safety measures when you are using credit cards:
Always sign on the magnetic line. Most people forget to swipe their plastic card when they receive it. This results in the situation where they have been using the card for close to a decade without their signatures. Believe it or not, committing frauds using such unsigned cards is easy.
Swipe carefully: When you eat at a restaurant, don’t give the credit to your waiter for swiping it. Instead, ask for the machine to be brought on the table and swiped in front of you. With the new age portable machines, this is completely doable and minimizes t