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Identity theft, credit card fraud cost US consumers $16 billion in 2016

A study from Javelin Strategy & Research found that card-not-present (CNP) fraud increased 40 percent in 2016.

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Identity theft, credit card fraud cost US consumers $16 billion in 2016

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