Stop Credit Card Thieves in the Act

Setting Up Account Alerts Can Help Protect You From Fraud.

Did you realize that you can have your credit card company and bank notify you anytime there is activity on your account? This tool makes it very easy to catch fraud before it stings your wallet.

John Sileo is an an award-winning author and keynote speaker on identity theft, internet privacy, fraud training & technology defense. John specializes in making security entertaining, so that it works. John is CEO of The Sileo Group, whose clients include the Pentagon, Visa, Homeland Security & Pfizer. John’s body of work includes appearances on 60 Minutes, Rachael Ray, Anderson Cooper & Fox Business. Contact him directly on 800.258.8076.

4 replies
  1. Rob Monroe
    Rob Monroe says:

    John – I love your videos! I just watched the ones about password security (I’m already a 1 Password user…love it) and credit card alerts (I know some of my accounts are set up with alerts but not all…they will be now!).

  2. joe salerno
    joe salerno says:

    I set up account alerts as suggested. Excellent idea, except when it fails.

    They work with 2 of my Cards from different vendors, but I have 2 cards

    from Citibank that refuse to work. I have it set up correctly, their people

    confirm that it is set up correctly, and I have been able to receive an alert

    during the set up process. That is as far as it goes. I cannot get a real alert

    with either of those 2 cards. My phone is with Walmart Family Value,

    which is powered by T-Mobile.

    I’ve read somewhere that T-Mo uses some different method of sending txt

    messages, something about an abbreviated address. Have you heard

    about this? I wonder if this is the issue? I don’t have another smart phone

    to test it on. All my other text msg from people, my other credit cards,

    banks, utilities, amazon, paypal, and my internet provider work fine. Of

    course, the tech support people at WFM don’t know a thing about this.

    I wonder of you have additional information.


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