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2015-01-01, 10:25 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-01-01, 10:31 PM by 1MShark.)
#1
So i was online, doing my thing, and i checked my bank balance online. Upon looking I saw an unknown charge - for $500 - at NORDSTORM .

As soon as i saw this, I contacted Nordstorm and my bank. Someone had gotten my debit card info some how and used it to attempt to purchase $500 worth of products from the above site. Thankfully everything is sorted out now, order was cancelled and will get money back.

This is just a warning to be very careful with your information! You never know who can access it. I only used my cards on trusted sites too.

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2015-01-01, 10:30 PM,
#2
Your 16 and have your own credit card ? Grin

PS : Have you scanned your whole computer to check if there are spywares ? or did you used your CC to purchase something online ?
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2015-01-01, 10:32 PM,
#3
How awful.

I know this feeling because a guy bought some stuff at DELL for nearly US$ 4,900 with using my credit card.

I phoned with DELL, I wrote DELL, I phoned my bank, I wrote my bank, unfortunately it took weeks to get the money back.

But DELL told me the shipping address, around 250 km away from my office. So I went to this address and there was a sticker with my firstname and lastname at this door. Unbelievable.

Guys, keep an eye on your personal data!

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2015-01-01, 10:32 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-01-01, 10:44 PM by 1MShark.)
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(2015-01-01, 10:30 PM)Victor Wrote: Your 16 and have your own credit card ? Grin

PS : Have you scanned your whole computer to check if there are spywares ? or did you used your CC to purchase something online ?

i meant Debit :D I still haven't slept from new years partying;)

Scanning my PC as soon as i get home and just purchased things, like i said, from trusted websited. (several people tell me the sites are legit, reviews, etc)

(2015-01-01, 10:32 PM)BlackHatSEO Wrote: How awful.

I know this feeling because a guy bought some stuff at DELL for nearly US$ 4,900 with using my credit card.

I phoned with DELL, I wrote DELL, I phoned my bank, I wrote my bank, unfortunately it took weeks to get the money back.

But DELL told me the shipping address, around 250 km away from my office. So I went to this address and there was a sticker with my firstname and lastname at this door. Unbelievable.

Guys, keep an eye on your personal data!

Wow! Maybe ill try to get the info out of this site and see what i can do Wink


To the hacker/scammer/person: Its on Bitch, Its on...I will find you.

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2015-01-01, 10:36 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2015-01-01, 10:36 PM by victor.)
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(2015-01-01, 10:32 PM)MrSharkBait911 Wrote:
(2015-01-01, 10:30 PM)Victor Wrote: Your 16 and have your own credit card ? Grin

PS : Have you scanned your whole computer to check if there are spywares ? or did you used your CC to purchase something online ?

i meant Debit :D I still haven't slept from new years partying;)

Scanning my PC as soon as i get home and just purchased things, like i said, from trusted websited. (several people tell me the sites are legit, reviews, etc)

(2015-01-01, 10:32 PM)BlackHatSEO Wrote: How awful.

I know this feeling because a guy bought some stuff at DELL for nearly US$ 4,900 with using my credit card.

I phoned with DELL, I wrote DELL, I phoned my bank, I wrote my bank, unfortunately it took weeks to get the money back.

But DELL told me the shipping address, around 250 km away from my office. So I went to this address and there was a sticker with my firstname and lastname at this door. Unbelievable.

Guys, keep an eye on your personal data!

Wow! Maybe ill try to get the info out of this site and see what i can do Wink


To the hacker/scammer/person: Its on Bitch, Its on...

even though the site is trusted there is also a potential that there is security breach on their servers. try google your CC number to check if your CC is indexed and leaked somewhere
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2015-01-01, 10:38 PM,
#6
(2015-01-01, 10:36 PM)Victor Wrote:
(2015-01-01, 10:32 PM)MrSharkBait911 Wrote:
(2015-01-01, 10:30 PM)Victor Wrote: Your 16 and have your own credit card ? Grin

PS : Have you scanned your whole computer to check if there are spywares ? or did you used your CC to purchase something online ?

i meant Debit :D I still haven't slept from new years partying;)

Scanning my PC as soon as i get home and just purchased things, like i said, from trusted websited. (several people tell me the sites are legit, reviews, etc)

(2015-01-01, 10:32 PM)BlackHatSEO Wrote: How awful.

I know this feeling because a guy bought some stuff at DELL for nearly US$ 4,900 with using my credit card.

I phoned with DELL, I wrote DELL, I phoned my bank, I wrote my bank, unfortunately it took weeks to get the money back.

But DELL told me the shipping address, around 250 km away from my office. So I went to this address and there was a sticker with my firstname and lastname at this door. Unbelievable.

Guys, keep an eye on your personal data!

Wow! Maybe ill try to get the info out of this site and see what i can do Wink


To the hacker/scammer/person: Its on Bitch, Its on...

even though the site is trusted there is also a potential that there is security breach on their servers. try google your CC number to check if your CC is indexed and leaked somewhere

Just did. Nothing.

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2015-01-01, 10:39 PM,
#7
Always check twice when buying something somewhere, see reviews and make sure you read from multiple sources. Also be careful when downloading any software on your PC, trojans and keyloggers can be 100% undetectable nowadays, having rootkit that hides startup and running process. Perform a full system scan if you have downloaded anything suspicious recently.
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1MShark(2015-01-01 10:40 PM) 
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2015-01-01, 10:39 PM,
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(2015-01-01, 10:36 PM)Victor Wrote: even though the site is trusted there is also a potential that there is security breach on their servers.

Or it happened "offline", like during the payment in a restaurant, an hotel reservation offline/by phone/by fax, everybody could write down your credit card details.
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victor(2015-01-01 11:02 PM) 

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2015-01-01, 10:50 PM,
#9
I read a book about carders a few months ago. It was this forum... carderplanet.net I think was the domain of it, anyway the book was called "dark market".

When using ATMs always check if there is a skimmer
http://krebsonsecurity.com/wp-content/up...ithout.jpg

But I'm pretty sure in your case, someone got your info from a virus or something. Never had this happen to me before.
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1MShark(2015-01-01 10:51 PM) 
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2015-01-01, 11:01 PM,
#10
Not only on ATMs, check for skimmer when you pay in restaurants and other places. You never know what people are up to! ;)
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1MShark(2015-01-01 11:07 PM) 
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