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The Internet Crime Complaint Center has received multiple reports alleging foreign subjects are using fraudulent credit cards.

The unauthorized use of a credit/debit card, or card number, to fraudulently obtain money or property is considered credit card fraud.

Falsely believing the check has cleared, the seller wires the money as instructed.

In some cases, the buyer is able to convince the seller that some circumstance has arisen that necessitates the cancellation of the sale, and is successful in conning the victim into sending the remainder of the money.

Credit/debit card numbers can be stolen from unsecured websites, or can be obtained in an identity theft scheme.

Visit any of the three credit bureaus, Equifax, Experian, or Trans Union, for more information or to place a fraud alert on your credit report.

The subjects have saturated the Internet auctions and offer almost every in-demand product.

Sometimes actual escrow websites are compromised and other sites resembling them are created by the subjects.

Once the funds are wire transferred to the escrow website, the seller discontinues contact. If you believe you may have fallen victim to this type of scam and wish to report it, please file a complaint with us.

The subjects have also become more flexible, allowing victims to send half the funds now, and the other half when the item arrives.

The auctions are often posted as if the seller is a United States citizen, then the subject advises the victim to send the money to a business partner, associate, sick relative, a family member, etc., usually in a European country.

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