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What is Fraud?

A version of theft where a cardholder's credit card information is used to make unauthorized transactions, leaving the cardholder to pay the bill. Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, a cardholder's maximum liability for transactions found to be fraudulent is $50. If the credit card offers Zero Fraud Liability, the cardholder is not liable for any fraudulent transactions.