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I will not be talking about frauds resulting because of physical loss of credit/debit card or ATM cash withdrawals.If a bank account is hacked and the hacker/cybercriminal starts making online purchases using the stolen card information, bank account user name, password and/or PIN most of the victims expect the banks to repay.
The chances of you getting your money back then become stronger.The banks however, refuse to help the victim on the grounds that the transaction was done with the actual card and the exact password and PIN was entered.So no matter how hard you try to convince them, it just amounts to a lot of frustration.For every transaction the bank provides very limited but important information of the date, time and the merchant id/string on which the transaction was performed.For example in one of the cases that I studied and was able to successfully recover the money for the victim, the fraudulent transaction reported by his bank was as follows: SC3245244 22/08/2013 VIN/GYMBOREE. indicates the transaction ID followed by transaction date, then the Merchant ID clubbed with some unique string for transaction.
This will ensure that you get the money back in your account.