Try to avoid giving your credit card information over the phone for the simple reason that you don’t know where it will go once you hang up. You also don’t know who’s listening in on the call—whether it’s people around you, someone else on the line, or even the person on the other end of the phone who’s taking down your digits. “One of the most common examples of card information being given over the phone is through delivery food purchases,” says Jeremy Brant, VP of Information Technology for Florida Capital Bank. “In situations like these or other instances where a vendor is asking for card information over the phone, order the service online or pay cash in person.” With delivery food, should the location not have its own website (or the website is not secure), third-party smart phone apps like Seamless or Grub Hub can fill in the gap. Here are 13 things credit card companies know about you.
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