Can someone steal your debit card information
Debit card fraud can happen in multiple ways. The common denominator is thieves getting access to your debit card number or bank PIN and using that data to steal cash from your bank account or make pricey purchases using your debit card.
Can someone use my debit card without PIN
Debit cards can be used without entering a personal identification number or PIN, in what is known as an “off-line” transaction. Unlike a credit card, however, if you lose your debit card, a thief can drain your entire bank account (and even your line of credit) — without knowing your PIN.
How do hackers get debit card numbers
The Internet is not the only way a criminal can steal your credit card number. Skimmers are electronic devices, usually placed on ATMs or the card readers on gas pumps. When you place your card into the reader, it passes through the skimmer, allowing the device to capture your account information.
How did my card get hacked
Hacking into other businesses.
Thieves can steal your information by breaching a company where you’ve used your credit card or a company that handles some aspect of credit card processing. Since data breaches target entire organizations, sometimes millions of consumers have their credit card information stolen.