How to keep your credit card information safe from hackers

You may not know this but, if you are on a credit card, you have a lot of potential victims.

There are thousands of websites, social media networks, and even email accounts that use your credit information for their own purposes.

Here are a few of the sites that have become known as the “biggest credit card websites.”

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CitiCredit.com is a platform that lets you send money to other people.

The site also lets you buy things from the other side of the world.

It lets you transfer money to friends and family overseas.

And it has a system that automatically deletes credit card numbers from your account after a certain amount of time.

CITC has also come under fire for collecting and using your personal information for marketing purposes.

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AmexPay.com lets you pay for stuff you can’t afford with cash.

If you’re looking to take a vacation, for example, you can pay for a bottle of wine or a meal with your Amex card.

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AmEx.com has been criticized for collecting your credit and debit card information.

It collects it so you can make purchases at restaurants, hotels, and more.

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Travelocity.com allows you to pay for everything from gas to food at select restaurants.

It even lets you make payments to the people in your social circle.

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Discover.com makes it easy to book flights, hotels and more for your favorite places.

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Hotels.com also has a website that lets travelers book their own rooms, make reservations, and make online payments.

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United.com uses your credit-card information to help you make purchases and make your next trip.

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Travelodge.com helps you find a hotel near you.

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Booking.com connects travelers to local hotels, resorts, and other places.

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American Express.com collects your credit cards information and uses it to help with your shopping and travel experiences.

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Amazon.com’s payment service, Prime.com, lets you shop and pay for things online with your credit or debit cards.

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Expedia.com and HotelsClub.com use your information to offer discounts to people who book through their site, which means you can earn rewards and cash back from them.

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Chase.com does this as well.

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You can check your credit score from time to time from Credit Karma.

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If it is a Chase credit card you have been charged, you may need to update your card.

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Visa.com offers a variety of products, such as travel insurance and car insurance, that allow you to get discounts on purchases.

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Visa CardPlus.com provides credit cards with a range of offers, including rewards, gift cards, and cash backs.

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Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards are also available at some credit card payment terminals.

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If your credit is being affected by the hacks, you should contact your credit bureau or financial institution and let them know.

They can provide you with information on how to update or cancel your credit report.

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Here is how to protect yourself from credit card theft.

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Use an online transaction tracker.

It is an online service that helps you track the transactions you make.

2/15/2017: Updated to include new information and additional comments from the FTC.