Safety Tip Tuesday | January 2015 Recap
You know how you keep all your bank cards and cash in your wallet/purse when you’re at home? Well, don’t do this while you’re traveling.
If you receive a call from your credit card company about potential fraud on your account, hang up and call the number printed on the back of your card. Likewise, if you are in a hotel and get a call to your room from its staff about a problem with your credit card or regarding the need to enter your room for a repair or any other reason – hang up and call back. Always hang up and call back at a pre-known, authentic number. Cameras are recording everywhere. Use caution when inputting sensitive codes.
Make sure no one in the hotel lobby hears your assigned room number- especially if you’re a woman traveling alone.