It was business as usual for Kelly Colgan when she made the trek to New York City from Rhode Island for a work function. She soon discovered that she was stranded in the Big Apple when her debit card, and only means of payment, was frozen.
Her bank had discovered she was a victim of the Michaels Stores breach. Thieves stole banking information from the popular craft stores’ checkout line PIN pads and used that data to create fake debit and credit cards.
Read more about her story here and learn what services consumers have to keep their finances fraud-free.