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    credit card fraud

    If you order stuff online,  Do not use the convenient option of keeping your credit card # billing info on file with the site.    Recently found a couple of charges on my cc card that I did not make, turns out someone made these charges using a different e mail address, however the items are going to be shipped to me?  Why would someone do this, or how do they plan to have the items get to them?   

    PS: The site was Amazon

     
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    Re: credit card fraud

    I was also advised not to do any automatic credit card payments, like automatic monthly payments for newspaper subscriptions, utilities etc.

       One time payments only. 

     
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    Re: credit card fraud

    Same here my friend advice me to be careful in this kind of matter ,in fact i experience being scammed using my credit card and i hate it and that time i am working in a debt collection agency at http://sergel.fi/

     
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