Fraud Alert

Fraud Alert,

Fraud Alert means,

  1. A key provision of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act 2003 is the ability for consumers to publish fraud alerts on their credit reports. Users will use this option if they believe they have been the victim of identity theft.

Literal Meanings of Fraud Alert

Fraud:

Meanings of Fraud:
  1. Unwarranted or criminal fraud for the purpose of financial or personal gain.

Sentences of Fraud
  1. Convicted of fraud

Synonyms of Fraud

skulduggery, treachery, deception, sharp practice, embezzlement, fraudulence, swindling, deceit, cheating, artifice, trickery, duplicity, imposture, chicanery, double-dealing

Alert:

Meanings of Alert:
  1. Telling someone about a danger, danger or problem, usually with the intention of avoiding or treating it.

  2. A condition in which an individual is aware of a potential danger.

  3. Quickly identify unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult situations on the clock.

Sentences of Alert
  1. Make people aware of the dangers of smoking

  2. Security forces are on alert

  3. Warning Police found a truck full of explosives

Synonyms of Alert

heed, forewarn, watchfulness, wary, arouse, canny, aware, mindfulness, circumspection, chary, cautiousness, guardedness, observant, put on one's guard, prudence, carefulness, apprise, wariness, care, heedfulness, attentiveness

Fraud Alert,

Fraud Alert Meanings:

  1. Fraud Alert means, A key provision of the Fair and Correct Credit Transactions Act 2003 is the ability to publish fraud alerts on consumer credit reports. Users will use this option if they believe they have been the victim of identity theft.

Literal Meanings of Fraud Alert

Fraud:

Meanings of Fraud:
  1. Illegal or criminal fraud for the purpose of financial or personal gain.

Sentences of Fraud
  1. Found guilty of fraud

Synonyms of Fraud

grift, hanky-panky, sting, monkeyshines, funny business, shenanigans, con trick, rort, fiddle, jiggery-pokery, ■■■■■■, stratagem, boondoggle, bunco, scam, hoax, management, monkey business, swindle, racket

Alert:

Meanings of Alert:
  1. Immediately observe any unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult situation, be vigilant.

  2. Awareness of potential danger

  3. Warn (someone) of any danger or problem.

Sentences of Alert
  1. Alert police found a truck full of explosives.

  2. Security forces are on high alert to escalate the violence.

Synonyms of Alert

put wise, keeping a weather eye open, keeping one's eyes open/peeled, put on the qui vive, all ears, tip off, notify, alertness, vigilant, on the lookout, put in the picture, chariness, on the qui vive, vigilance, caution, on one's toes, clue in, wide awake

Fraud Alert,

Fraud Alert:

A key provision of the Fair and Correct Credit Transactions Act of 2003 is the ability for consumers to issue fraud alerts on their credit reports. Users will use this option if they believe they have been the victim of an identity theft.

Literal Meanings of Fraud Alert

Fraud:

Meanings of Fraud:
  1. Illegal or criminal fraud for financial or personal gain.

Synonyms of Fraud

swizzle, ■■■■■■, leg-pull, hustle, knavery, flimflam, gyp, kite, wile, crookedness, rip-off, ruse, subterfuge

Alert:

Meanings of Alert:
  1. Identify unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult situations immediately.

  2. Potential hazard awareness.

  3. Warn (someone) of danger or distress.

Sentences of Alert
  1. Security forces are on high alert for the escalating violence.