On Sat, 29 Mar 2014 06:43:36 -0400
Kracked_P_P---webmaster <email@example.com> wrote:
into one of the stores and create their own pop-up card info, then use
your card for something else. So only fill out this screen for MAJOR
online stores that you feel secure enough to do so.
Those sites that ask you to enter/create security details aren't hosted
by the vendor you're trying to purchase an item from. Rather, they are
hosted by one of the credit agencies, such as SagePay, WorldPay, etc.
Once you've set up security details with SagePay (for example) that's
it, job done. After that, you don't _usually_ have to enter a password,
or subset thereof when encountering the same payment system.
Of course, it's entirely your choice how you wish to limit your online
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