The Deep Insert Skimmer (or Shimmer)

skim·mer
/ˈskimər/
noun

A small device that’s generally inserted inside the card slot. When you insert your debit or credit card, the skimmer records the data on the magnetic strip of your card. The card passes through the skimmer and enters the legitimate card reader. Your transaction, in most cases, will process as normal but your card data has been copied. Card skimmers are specifically made to duplicate or look similar to the card reader on to which it will be affixed to.

The card skimmer is one of two components needed for a fraudster to clone your debit or credit card and use it for fraudulent transactions. Find out how a skimmer scam works.

WHAT CAN YOU DO?
ShieldYourPin_LOGOH30SHIELD YOUR PIN
Always use your hand to shield your P.I.N. as you enter it.
If the fraudsters do not have your P.I.N. they cannot use your cloned card in P.I.N. based transactions.