Think about how many times you use your credit card online. Whether it’s for paying bills or making a purchase at your favorite retailer, there’s no question that your credit card info is out there. Most websites do an incredible job keeping their consumers safe from thieves. However, there’s always the possibility of getting that call from the bank explaining that they have frozen your card due to fraudulent activity. The problem may be solved, but not after the cyber criminal went on a shopping spree.