The Colorado Springs Police Department is warning residents to keep an eye on their credit cards and check their statements after a rash of compromised credit cards in the city.
Police say several credit and debit cards from victims in the Colorado Springs area that have been compromised and used illegally used. Police are not releasing a lot of information at this time about the specific cases but the CSPD Financial Crimes Unit says they are actively following leads in the cases.
People who suspect that their credit or debit cards have been compromised should immediately contact their bank or credit card company and then follow their advice. In some cases, the company may not require any further action.
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