Travel includes some of the natural risks, because the security part is considered to work things, so that you can recognize what the sketch is. Go to a new city and you can fall for a taxi scam, get pickpocketed or your money is stolen by an ATM skimmer. We talked about Daniel Smith, Cloud Security company Radware Security researcher, how to avoid sketch ATM when you travel.

ATM card skim is a physical device, which scammers attach on an ATM card reader, it is put inside the top or card slot. So far they can not read the chips, but they can record a swipe of a magnetic strip. (They are common in America and Eastern Europe, Smith says.) The scammer can then collect and debit your debit card information and purchase it with your account. To avoid these, you should do this:

Use A Bank ATM

In cities like New York, bodegas, bars, and outdoors are full of third party ATMs. They can see it as super framework – or, if you are intoxicated and cashless, super attractive. They’re real ATMs, but they’re less likely to be protected by security cameras and guards, so it’s easy to put a skimmer for a scammer.

Look for a bank ATM, says Smith, especially one that an employee is inside the bank branch. You want an ATM that a scammer is not seen easily wandering without it. If you have a chip card, then attach any ATM that read chips instead of swipes. Even if you use a different bank ATM and pay a fee, you are still better than using a third party ATM.

Bring Cash

The lesser ATM you use, the less likely you are to press an ATM with a skimmer. Then cash up Not too much, of course; Walking around with the load of cash is your security risk. It’s just that you have not run out in the middle of the night, miles from a bank.

Bring An Extra Card

Smith uses several cards when he travels, for a special ATM, a use for purchase. Having a spare card means that you are not spoiled if your bank needs a freeze from your account. It also reduces the possibilities of where your card has been stolen, you can avoid repeating one.

Theft Debit Info is a big pain from theft information. Debit cards take the money immediately from your account. For banks you are slow to reimburse the loss, and sometimes they can also refuse. So on the neglected card readers (like gas stations), use your credit card.

Clutch Slot

If you are stuck using a less secure ATM, the jiggy card slot at low If any part of this is loosened or removes then do not use the machine and report it to the police or ATM owner. But the jiggle test does not protect you against all the card skimers. Find out the new skimmer card slots where they are very hard to fit inside. (There are CNBC photos.)

As always, you have safety and convenience balance. Many times it is worth it to grab $ 80 from just ATMs. But the better that you plan, the less often you have to make that call. Apart from this you will not be paying $ 3, which is sure to feel like a scam.