You should have a plan in place if your credit card gets hacked while making purchases on the internet.
The risk is small, but it’s easy to protect yourself from a significant life disruption.
If your card gets hacked, it takes time to close it, challenge fraudulent charges, and get a replacement. A debit card is worse. It’s a direct pipeline to your bank account.
My article explains how to do it.
Reduce Credit Card Risk on the Internet with a “Throwaway”
Have a plan for the small chance that your card gets hacked. Hopefully, you’ll never need it.
Hopefully, it never happens.