PIN numbers are personal identification numbers meaning that they are secret numbers known only to individuals who use them as security protocol in-order to gain authorization in secured areas.
Most of us possess PIN numbers applicable in various avenues and situations like locking phones, laptops, parental control on DVDs, accessing money via ATMs, online payments and many more. So it is evident why fraudsters may want to possess it.
Below is an infograph regarding PINs and how you can prevent yours from being stolen.
Once again much thanks to our friends over at BackgroundCheck.org for providing it for us. Enjoy!
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