One of the simplest and most effective ways to prevent credit card fraud is to use strong and unique passwords for all online accounts, including credit card accounts 

A robust password should consist of a minimum of 12 characters and contain a mix of letters, digits, and special characters 

Using passwords that are simple to guess, like names, birthdays, or common phrases, is not recommended 

Avoid using public Wi-Fi networks when making online purchases or accessing sensitive financial information 

Fraudsters can easily intercept data transmitted over public Wi-Fi networks because such networks are often unsecured 

Instead, use a secure and trusted Wi-Fi network or a mobile data connection when accessing sensitive financial information 

Be cautious when providing credit card details over the phone or via email, and only do so when absolutely necessary 

Fraudsters often pose as legitimate businesses or organizations to obtain credit card details