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- Is Your Credit Card Secure?
March 23, 2007, 9:54 pm
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majority away from making purchases online. That is because of the
security issue of giving out your credit card number on the Internet.
This has dampened the spirit of all the e-retailers and they now even
offer a phone number so that you can call in with your order. Hackers
are a huge threat to online shopping and we find security features
often being tampered with in the credit card frauds.
- Sebastian Gottschalk
March 24, 2007, 6:16 am
Re: Is Your Credit Card Secure?
Citibank has a system called "Virtual Account Numbers" (VANs).
You create a credit card number, on-the-fly, that's linked to your
real credit card number. You also have the option of creating a VAN
that has dollar and time limits.
No one ever sees your real credit card number.
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