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Jennifer, this is a PUBLIC message board. Never ever give out your account information, I suggest you do what Alex recommened and change you account numbers NOW. You need to be more careful in the future.
A New Law - If You Are Sick, Y
Lady, you got some really serious problems. Least of which is paying your bills. There is a new law that if you get sick you don't have to pay your bills. So don't worry, just stop paying your bills and you will be fine. If a bill comes anyway it is your legal right to ignore it and you will be just fine. If someone calls you about your bills then say "sorry, but the law says I don't have to pay, I'm sick". They will get scared and hang up. I hope you feel better! I was glad to help.
RE: A New Law - If You Are Sic
Oh aren't we the comedian!!
Don't get sassy with me
Dont you get sassy with me, you still aren't too old that I can't give you a good ole fasion ass whuppin.
RE: Don't get sassy with me
Oh please,people come to these boards for information and advice and every now and then some posters give sarcastic and rude comments, but we do try to ignore these type of posters and luckily the board monitor will remove such posts, yours included dear!
Everybody should IMMEDIATELY change their account number everytime you give your credit card information to ANYONE!
Remember, those minimum wage people at the 7-11 or at the gas station get your
card number, expiration date, your name as it appears on the card, AND your signature. Maybe they even checked your ID with your current address and your SS #.
Be sure to get new account numbers every time you use your card!
What on earth are you talking about, change your card everytime you use it???
If your concerned about the credit card numbers posted by the orignal poster then you should never use a credit card, especially bad are the businesses that still use the carbon copies instead of electronic transmission.
The first posting was a joke or those people have no credit left anyway because they are broke. Maybe it was posted by VISA to catch people who would try to use it.
Nobody could do a thing with those creditcard numbers if you can show me how.
You can get a job as a night clerk or just give the guy at the store 50 bucks and you can get a bunch of numbers with correct names and expiration dates.
Still is difficult to do something with because nearly everybody requires billing address verification without the physical card.
RE: Don't get sassy with me
Girrls, please. I am writing dialog for my next queen girlfirend argument
you sassy things you
It must be a full moon out tonite...that's it..right?..
My guess is that about 20 teenage lamer-wannabe-hacker-doods rushed over to their favorite subscription porn sites, and killed the numbers within a few hours.
The original post was probably sincere. That sort of thing has appeared periodically on this board for a long time. Some people just don't pay attention, and don't understand how big the internet is.
Unfortunately for them, if the issuer finds out that the customer posted the numbers publicly, it could be construed as excessive cardholder negligence, and the $50 fraud liability limit might *not* apply.
I would expect that "entrapment" type postings by the feds would be more overt, and would provide full information, so as to catch somebody scamming mail order goods. It would be easier to grab them when they receive the merchandise, and would maximize the criminal charges (i.e. higher dollar amount plus postal fraud), as compared to small-time, hard-to-trace theft of services.
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