I was not sure if I should post this, but I really want to warn others. To make a long story short, somehow someone got a picture of my husband's debit/check card :censor: (more on how this happens at end of post). The person then was able to go to a casino here in Calif. and withdraw $2,000 from the ATM in the casino, and then another $2,000 right after that. Then they went to a resturant and charged about $600. So, since this money comes directly out of our checking account, and then is covered by the overdraft account, the money was gone within hours. The bank finally closed the card noting that these were strange transactions. So, though we will eventually get the cash back, it has been a full week that this money has been gone. How they get your info according to the bank: 1. When you are at the ATM someone snaps a pic of you using card, gets your number/exp date and PIN. Then a phony card is made and used. 2. When you use card at anyplace where they take the card away and bring it back (bar, resturant) they snap a pic with camera phone and can make phony card. 3. They are also finding small lipstick cameras on ATM machines which record your transaction, get your PIN, and card number and exp date. Sorry so lengthy a post, but please protect yourself!!