Could there be any potential risk of forgery using the same card

I have lost my credit card and I have found it after 1 week. Now since the credit card was found by a person whom I do not know, so is it unsafe to re-activate and use the credit card? Could there be any potential risk of forgery using the same card, though if I change all the credentials for the card.

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It is better to contact the credit card company before re-activating the card. Contact the customer care officer and explain what has happened with you. They can tell you about the step you should take in the current scenario. 


If you reported the card lost or stolen, the card cannot be reactivated. Your credit card company more than likely has already issued a new one to you and it is on the way.

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