Credit card fraud is a form of theft. But many people assume this means that you have to be the one who actually steals the card or the information to use it.
Sadly, nothing could be further from the truth. Even if you did not personally commit the theft, you can be charged for using credit card information that has been stolen. It’s something that the women who turned to Terilyn Riggins for help know all too well.
Who is Terilyn Riggins? She’s the woman apparently at the center of a host of fraudulent credit card transactions in …[socialWarfare]