All 50 States Ranked for Credit Card Fraud Risk

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There’s no foolproof way to judge if someday you will fall prey to credit card theft, but the state where you live, work or visit may provide some clues.

Analysts at RewardExpert scrutinized an array of data including from three federal agencies — the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, The Consumer Sentinel Network of the Federal Trade Commission and the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center — along with income information and other data to see where the hazards are greatest.

How at risk are you to become one of the more than 2 million U.S. residents victimized by credit card thieves? Starting with the state where people are least at risk, here are the rankings from RewardExpert:

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