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(Orlando Sentinel)   Victoria's Secret? Stealing credit card information   (orlandosentinel.com ) divider line 43
    More: Florida, credit cards, International Drive, United States Attorney, clerk  
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2014-04-16 09:54:26 AM  
What in your panties?
 
2014-04-16 09:55:23 AM  
So... the clerk has a slot under her skirt?
 
2014-04-16 09:55:39 AM  
Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.
www.bubblews.com
I can has boobie thread?
 
2014-04-16 09:57:28 AM  
But he looks like such an outstanding citizen...

But if our banks would ever pull their heads out of their collective asses, they could easily make credit card fraud tank... This shiat costs us, collectively, billions each year yet the banks don't care because they still get to ass rape us with a cactus to make up their losses...
 
2014-04-16 10:00:05 AM  
what's in your meat wallet?
 
2014-04-16 10:01:47 AM  
img.over-blog-kiwi.com
 
2014-04-16 10:05:53 AM  
Well Victoria should have stuck with exchanging sex for credit cards.
 
2014-04-16 10:33:41 AM  
I'm surprised the cops did anything about it. The farkers here in NC didn't even want to take a report.
 
2014-04-16 10:39:22 AM  
As much as this type of thing is happening lately, I assume more people will start paying in cash for things.

Could lead to more muggings, though.

I guess we need two-factor authorization for all of the credit card purchases.  Have the credit card company send you a text with a code to give the retailer.  Vending machines would need a keypad as well as a card reader, but that's probably not too expensive.
 
2014-04-16 10:40:09 AM  

MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.

I can has boobie thread?


Who is that? She's cute.
 
2014-04-16 10:40:51 AM  

Arcturus72: But he looks like such an outstanding citizen...

But if our banks would ever pull their heads out of their collective asses, they could easily make credit card fraud tank... This shiat costs us, collectively, billions each year yet the banks don't care because they still get to ass rape us with a cactus to make up their losses...


Supposedly that will slow down around April 2015 (the credit card fraud, not the bank rape).  That's when Visa and MasterCard switch liability to banks for not using chip-and-signature cards, which means that's when banks will finally start issuing chip-and-signature cards like they should have been doing 10 years ago.
 
2014-04-16 10:42:56 AM  
Her secret?

SHE'S A SLUT
 
2014-04-16 10:43:06 AM  

MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.
[www.bubblews.com image 620x465]
I can has boobie thread?


Those aren't real.
 
2014-04-16 10:45:21 AM  

Iszael: As much as this type of thing is happening lately, I assume more people will start paying in cash for things.

Could lead to more muggings, though.

I guess we need two-factor authorization for all of the credit card purchases.  Have the credit card company send you a text with a code to give the retailer.  Vending machines would need a keypad as well as a card reader, but that's probably not too expensive.


If someone steals your credit card it rarely costs you money. It costs the CC company. The CC companies are responsible for security. When it starts to get too expensive for them they'll improve security.
 
2014-04-16 10:48:51 AM  

Russ1642: Iszael: As much as this type of thing is happening lately, I assume more people will start paying in cash for things.

Could lead to more muggings, though.

I guess we need two-factor authorization for all of the credit card purchases.  Have the credit card company send you a text with a code to give the retailer.  Vending machines would need a keypad as well as a card reader, but that's probably not too expensive.

If someone steals your credit card it rarely costs you money. It costs the CC company. The CC companies are responsible for security. When it starts to get too expensive for them they'll improve security.


It costs the CC company who passes the cost on to retailers who pass the cost on to me.
 
2014-04-16 10:51:41 AM  

moothemagiccow: Russ1642: Iszael: As much as this type of thing is happening lately, I assume more people will start paying in cash for things.

Could lead to more muggings, though.

I guess we need two-factor authorization for all of the credit card purchases.  Have the credit card company send you a text with a code to give the retailer.  Vending machines would need a keypad as well as a card reader, but that's probably not too expensive.

If someone steals your credit card it rarely costs you money. It costs the CC company. The CC companies are responsible for security. When it starts to get too expensive for them they'll improve security.

It costs the CC company who passes the cost on to retailers who pass the cost on to me.


That's a bit of a stretch.
 
2014-04-16 11:04:02 AM  

Mr. Eugenides: MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.
[www.bubblews.com image 620x465]
I can has boobie thread?

Those aren't real.


I think we'll need more pictures to determine who is right.
 
2014-04-16 11:06:38 AM  

Russ1642: That's a bit of a stretch.


Not really.  It's being paid for SOMEWHERE.  Eventually, it always comes back to consumers paying for it.  Whether it comes out of higher prices at the store, higher taxes, whatever.  We pay for it all.
 
2014-04-16 11:12:30 AM  

moothemagiccow: Russ1642: Iszael:

It costs the CC company who passes the cost on to retailers who pass the cost on to me.


So, it's back-door bank rape? No wonder they aren't correcting it.
 
2014-04-16 11:19:44 AM  

Mr. Eugenides: MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.
[www.bubblews.com image 620x465]
I can has boobie thread?

Those aren't real.


After reviewing this NSFW video of her  http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xbtois_eva-wyrwal-topless-photo-shoo t _redband

Several times um just to be sure in my assessment. They are indeed real and spectacular.
 
2014-04-16 11:31:25 AM  
I've had an interesting morning. I discovered that my government purchase card was used in fraudulent transactions. I've reported it. In investigating the details associated with the transactions, I came across an email address. When I googled the email address I got linked to a "carder" forum (I had to looked at the cached page to see it). When I looked at it closely, I found a page full of social security numbers and other personal details for about a hundred people. The FBI has been notified of it. There are some really slimy people out there.
 
2014-04-16 11:33:00 AM  
Just give her what she wants and back away:
img842.imageshack.us
 
2014-04-16 11:33:53 AM  

Russ1642: Iszael: As much as this type of thing is happening lately, I assume more people will start paying in cash for things.

Could lead to more muggings, though.

I guess we need two-factor authorization for all of the credit card purchases.  Have the credit card company send you a text with a code to give the retailer.  Vending machines would need a keypad as well as a card reader, but that's probably not too expensive.

If someone steals your credit card it rarely costs you money. It costs the CC company. The CC companies are responsible for security. When it starts to get too expensive for them they'll improve security.


EMV is in place all over the rest of the world except... the US. Merchants and acquirers are already whining about the 2015 mandatory implementation, claiming they don't have time and it will be expensive despite the fact that everyone has known for years that it's going to happen. You want to place blame for why crap like this till happens, try the merchants and acquirers. The brans have been trying to get this done for a long time now.
 
2014-04-16 11:34:39 AM  

PRIME Supernintendo Chalmers: MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.

I can has boobie thread?

Who is that? She's cute.


Iga Wyrral
 
2014-04-16 11:34:49 AM  
THIS IS WRONG AND EVIL HOW DARE.

img838.imageshack.us

what was I talking about.
 
2014-04-16 11:36:19 AM  

Russ1642: Iszael: As much as this type of thing is happening lately, I assume more people will start paying in cash for things.

Could lead to more muggings, though.

I guess we need two-factor authorization for all of the credit card purchases.  Have the credit card company send you a text with a code to give the retailer.  Vending machines would need a keypad as well as a card reader, but that's probably not too expensive.

If someone steals your credit card it rarely costs you money. It costs the CC company. The CC companies are responsible for security. When it starts to get too expensive for them they'll improve security.


Additionally, it's the issuer and acquirer that's responsible for security. The brands do nothing but route requests through the two, unless it's a direct issue card like AMEX or Discover.

/PCI-QSA
//spent years dealing with this shiat
 
2014-04-16 11:38:36 AM  
img836.imageshack.us
 
2014-04-16 11:39:47 AM  
img845.imageshack.us
 
2014-04-16 11:40:38 AM  
img843.imageshack.us
 
2014-04-16 11:40:41 AM  

Russ1642: moothemagiccow: Russ1642: Iszael: As much as this type of thing is happening lately, I assume more people will start paying in cash for things.

Could lead to more muggings, though.

I guess we need two-factor authorization for all of the credit card purchases.  Have the credit card company send you a text with a code to give the retailer.  Vending machines would need a keypad as well as a card reader, but that's probably not too expensive.

If someone steals your credit card it rarely costs you money. It costs the CC company. The CC companies are responsible for security. When it starts to get too expensive for them they'll improve security.

It costs the CC company who passes the cost on to retailers who pass the cost on to me.

That's a bit of a stretch.


It's more or less correct. The brands offload the cost to the acquirers, who in turn pass the cost on to the merchants in the form of higher percentage per transaction. That cost gets passed on to YOU, dear consumer, by the merchant who has to cover the cost of actually selling whatever it is you're buying. Some do this correctly, some don't. Ever see that "$1.00 transaction fee for credit cards" or "3% charge for all credit/debit purchases"? That's a shiatty merchant that has a shiatty acquirer who is raping their customer with high transact fees. But the merchant is being stupid by not calling it a cash discount. If someone complained, the merchant can lose their merchant account and not be able to process credit cards anymore.
 
2014-04-16 11:41:42 AM  
img842.imageshack.us
 
2014-04-16 11:55:52 AM  

PRIME Supernintendo Chalmers: MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.

I can has boobie thread?

Who is that? She's cute.


Best guess for this image:  franziska hansen
 
2014-04-16 11:56:40 AM  

Mr. Eugenides: MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.
[www.bubblews.com image 620x465]
I can has boobie thread?

Those aren't real.


You're right.  They're just make-believe.  Like your mom's.
 
2014-04-16 11:59:18 AM  

MooseBayou: I can has boobie thread?


A Victoria Secret boobie thread? Well VS women arn't really known for being busty.

Last VS model that was really busty:
img835.imageshack.us
 
2014-04-16 12:12:15 PM  
Neck tattoo: your sign of quality.
 
2014-04-16 12:19:25 PM  

Mr. Eugenides: MooseBayou: Victoria's Secret?

They're real, and they're spectacular.
[www.bubblews.com image 620x465]
I can has boobie thread?

Those aren't real.


Those are pneumatic boobies.
 
2014-04-16 01:35:48 PM  
I found the fake flash player update exploit from one of the ads on the site even better, luckily AVG caught it
 
2014-04-16 01:37:38 PM  

Jack's Smirking Revenge: Arcturus72: But he looks like such an outstanding citizen...

But if our banks would ever pull their heads out of their collective asses, they could easily make credit card fraud tank... This shiat costs us, collectively, billions each year yet the banks don't care because they still get to ass rape us with a cactus to make up their losses...

Supposedly that will slow down around April 2015 (the credit card fraud, not the bank rape).  That's when Visa and MasterCard switch liability to banks for not using chip-and-signature cards, which means that's when banks will finally start issuing chip-and-signature cards like they should have been doing 10 years ago.


How does that work for card not present transactions (i.e. online purchases)?
 
2014-04-16 02:04:53 PM  

Glendale: Jack's Smirking Revenge: Arcturus72: But he looks like such an outstanding citizen...

But if our banks would ever pull their heads out of their collective asses, they could easily make credit card fraud tank... This shiat costs us, collectively, billions each year yet the banks don't care because they still get to ass rape us with a cactus to make up their losses...

Supposedly that will slow down around April 2015 (the credit card fraud, not the bank rape).  That's when Visa and MasterCard switch liability to banks for not using chip-and-signature cards, which means that's when banks will finally start issuing chip-and-signature cards like they should have been doing 10 years ago.

How does that work for card not present transactions (i.e. online purchases)?


EMV only helps reduce card present fraud. CNP transactions still require the CVV2 code which is printed on the card but not on the magnetic track.
 
2014-04-16 04:10:26 PM  

MooseBayou: [img.over-blog-kiwi.com image 736x755]


Angry God ... Bunk .. you get the idea...
 
2014-04-16 05:14:53 PM  
I'm really sad about this thread
 
2014-04-16 06:38:13 PM  
I discovered Victoria's Secret:

Put a catalog in your mailbox every... DAMN...  DAY.

mrs_bughunter ordered from them once, eight years ago, and now they've mailed us the equivalent of a small stand of sequoias worth of dead tree catalogs.

Some days we get two.  Really, I only need two a year: the swimsuit issue and the lingerie issue.

/venus and frederick's models are hotter
//if you want natural, go with athleta and title nine
///the boy will start collecting them soon
 
2014-04-16 09:26:44 PM  

bughunter: I discovered Victoria's Secret:

Put a catalog in your mailbox every... DAMN...  DAY.

mrs_bughunter ordered from them once, eight years ago, and now they've mailed us the equivalent of a small stand of sequoias worth of dead tree catalogs.

Some days we get two.  Really, I only need two a year: the swimsuit issue and the lingerie issue.

/venus and frederick's models are hotter
//if you want natural, go with athleta and title nine
///the boy will start collecting them soon


I really wonder what their printing and mailing costs are. They have to be astronomical.

And yeah, a few years ago the models were hotter and the photoshop people better. Now, models are merely hot (instead of absolutely insanely hot) and you can see where they altered the images (when you couldn't hardly tell before).
 
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