Here’s How Easily Someone Can Steal Your ATM Pin Code Without You Noticing And How To Prevent This From Happening

Watch this helpful video to see how easily people can steal your PIN number and how to (also easily) prevent it.

Credit: Mark Rober

Credit: Mark Rober

Identity theft is a huge problem that plagues Americans and many others worldwide and affects people in a myriad of ways. Those committing the theft can seriously harm someone’s credit score and hurt their chances of buying a home or financing anything they purchase, impact their social security, and hurt their job prospects.

One first step at stealing someone’s identity is to steal the purchasing power information from one of their debit cards so that it can be used until the person realizes it’s stolen or to open other cards or accounts in their name.

Mark Rober, a designer who studied mechanical engineer, made a helpful YouTube video that demonstrates a simple way for “bad guys” to steal your ATM pin code without you noticing. Fortunately, the way to prevent this from happening is also very simple. This information is so important to SHARE — help your family and friends protect themselves!

Watch the video below and tell us what you think in the comments:


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