RBMunkin,You wrote, Does anyone here know how to report a case of fraud using a credit card? Someone used my card. I called the credit card company to have the account closed and have the transaction reversed. I called the company to which the card was used and they gave me the name of the person using my card. How do I report them?Not to answer your question again; but...The thief must be a real idiot. Else the merchant is the idiot.How would the merchant and/or the credit card company know the person's real name? If the name they have is different from the name on the card, why would the merchant accept the card as payment? If the thief used your account for something that was in his name, he's just plain stupid. If he used a fake name that didn't match your's the merchant was foolish to give him the merchandise.BTW: Good luck getting any police department to do anything about it. It's likely they don't have their best and brightest working small-time credit card fraud cases.I assume you know your rights with the credit card company. You're generally not responsible for fraudlent charges. By law the credit card company can hold you liable for up to $50 in a fraud case; but if you're still in possession of the card and you didn't mishandle it, the wording of the law could be interpretted to shield you from any liablity at all. Just make sure you follow up any dispute with the credit card company in writing immediately. Most credit card companies will write it off or charge it back to the merchant if it's obvious you weren't the one that signed for the merchandise.- Joel
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