Ultimate Protection from ATM Skimming
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The ATM Industry Association has published the results of its 2017 Global Fraud and Security Survey in which more than half of respondents (54 percent) reported an increase in ATM crime during the previous year. This represents a 12 percent change from the previous year's survey, in which less than half (42 percent) of deployers said they had experienced a rise crime at their ATMs.
A recent study by Harris Interactive reported that 67 percent of U.S. adults who use financial institutions with ATMs would likely switch to another institution after experiencing ATM fraud or a data breach.
Card skimming is getting more common and sophisticated, costing more than $2 billion a year in fraudulent charges.