ALERT: If You Happen To See THIS At Walmart, STOP! Here’s What YOU Need To Know…


If you’re not familiar with the increasingly popular way for thieves to steal your money with a single swipe of your credit card called ‘skimming’ you need to get with the program. Today’s criminals are very tech savvy and you could very well become a victim if you don’t pay attention.

Criminals are installing small electronic devices on top of credit card readers in order to take personal data right off your card’s magnetic strip, IJ Review reports.


They’re used at gas stations, ATM machines and retail and grocery stores.

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Example of a skimmer

But the latest reports of skimming have hit discount retail giant Walmart, in at least two locations in Virginia and Kentucky.


Check it out:

YouTube video courtesy of WLWT

As WLWT News reports, at a Fort Wright, Kentucky Walmart, two men installed a skimmer at self-checkouts on May 11. And it wasn’t until May 18 that a Walmart asset protection associate found the device.

So for an entire week, these alleged criminals potentially got away with stealing personal information and money from Walmart customers:



Two scumbag liberal Obama loving criminals

Walmart Senior Manager of Communications Erica Jones has this to say:

“First and foremost, we have zero tolerance for any crime against our customers, our associates or our company. As soon as we heard about the possible fraudulent activity in these stores, we took action to protect our customers. We are working with law enforcement authorities to investigate this activity and are taking additional steps to help ensure that our customers’ transactions are safe, including increasing store inspections.”

IJ Review’s Kayla Brandon has some important tips:

  • Know what to look for- if anything seems out of place, unusually bulky, or poorly affixed to the machine, gently tug on it. If it moves or comes away from the ATM, it may be a skimming device.
  • Look for hidden cameras- skimming is a two-step process because criminals can also obtain your PIN. This is often done with a pinhole camera hidden on or near the machine. Look for anything that may have a tiny hole or slot for a camera to be placed inside, especially if it’s aimed at the keypad. These devices may be stuck to the top or side of the machine, or placed inside light fixtures above it.
  • Know your surroundings- machines with a lot of customers, especially in tourist areas, are most likely to be targeted by criminals. When using an ATM especially, look for one that’s inside a bank or within the sight of a security camera, where scammers would be less likely to take a risk.

Stay alert patriots. These thugs will do ANYTHING they can to get free money.

God Bless.

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