In this file photo from last year, McAllen, Texas, Police Chief Victor Rodriguez points at dozens of fraudulent credit cards that were confiscated after arresting a man and a woman on fraud charges tied to the 2014 credit card breach at Target.
In this file photo from last year, McAllen, Texas, Police Chief Victor Rodriguez points at dozens of fraudulent credit cards that were confiscated after arresting a man and a woman on fraud charges tied to the 2014 credit card breach at Target. Gabe Hernandez AP
In this file photo from last year, McAllen, Texas, Police Chief Victor Rodriguez points at dozens of fraudulent credit cards that were confiscated after arresting a man and a woman on fraud charges tied to the 2014 credit card breach at Target. Gabe Hernandez AP

New credit card fraud protection creates confusion – even for FBI

October 16, 2015 03:39 PM

UPDATED October 20, 2015 10:02 AM

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