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    Skimmers — fraudulent credit and debit card readers placed on ATMs and other devices — can steal your money and identity. Here is how to avoid becoming a victim.

Skimmers — fraudulent credit and debit card readers placed on ATMs and other devices — can steal your money and identity. Here is how to avoid becoming a victim. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com David Middlecamp
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