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Fred Said:

Threatened to be put on Internet Credit Card Fraud Database?

We Answered:

It's a scare tactic. There is no "internet credit card fraud database", and the information they are providing is conflicting in it's own right. Their billing processor is likely one of MANY 3rd party companies that offer e-commerce and merchant credit card processing. While that billing processor may do an internal block in their own database, they most certainly cannot put a block on your card for purchases with other merchants or retailers.

If that was the case, then everyone that got put on this 'database' would just call their credit card company and have a new card issued.

It's absolutely a scare tactic. Besides, you did not commit fraud, they did.

If they give you a hard time with the refund, file a complaint and a charge back with your credit card issuer. This is what I would have done in the first place, especially since it was an unauthorized charge to begin with. Don't deal with those clowns.

Claude Said:

Credit Card Fraud through internet, how do they catch the idiot?

We Answered:

Sadly, the police and credit card company probably wont' even bother.

Brittany Said:

How credit card fraud on the internet and its implications on the industry, economy and government?

We Answered:

If you do not check a company before entering into a transaction, you could lose your money, time and credibility. Some widely used resources are the Better Business Bureau (www.bbb.org) and the national fraud center (www.fraud.org) these days, you can easily find out more about a company using the internet in a few minutes. From a company's website, you can details about its ownership, how old the company really is and feedback from the company's customers.
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Rhonda Said:

in credit card fraud on the internet how stupid is the cc company .........?

We Answered:

Credit card companies do not have access to the information needed to trace IP addresses to an individual computer. That information is available by subpoena only and is typically done when fraud is reported.

That said, we travel a lot and use our credit card all over. And we also use our credit card to purchase items to send to our children who live in different states. If the card companies were to do away with that practice, it would seriously hobble the ability of card users to send items to others, instead, they would have to order items sent to their home address and spend additional money to ship them out to wherever. That's not saying it's a convenience that hasn't been exploited because it has, but hopefully, the entire industry won't punish its legitimate customer base for the actions of the scammers.

Laura Said:

Victim of internet credit card fraud. Help!?

We Answered:

I've heard about a lot of Paypal problems lately, what website were you using the 2 times it happened? are you running a anti-virus and a firewall? Your Ad Here

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