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How do I know if my credit card services are good in my bank?
I bank with Wells Fargo. However, for the third time my credit card with them has been used while I still physically still have the card with me. The past two times this has occurred they called me to notify me. This occasion they did not do so but I called to report the fraud made on my card. The amounts on the card that were not mine were fixed however should I change banks because of this?
Not too sure what to do.
Thank you in advanced for your help!

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Your card can be compromised by people carrying card readers, while your card is with you. I would recommend keeping your credit cards in an RFID wallet.  Your card number can also be compromised online if you don't shop safely.

While I don't have accounts at Wells Fargo, all of my credit card lenders and banks I deal with offer online alerts. Go online and check your credit card area. There should be a listing of alerts which can be set up to notify you via email and/or text messaging. 

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