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On 03/29/2014 06:58 AM, Brad Rogers wrote:
On Sat, 29 Mar 2014 06:43:36 -0400
Kracked_P_P---webmaster <> wrote:

Hello Kracked_P_P---webmaster,

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

I did the fill in once, like my bank told me I could, but that did not stop the pop-up of needing to fill it in again and again for other orders. So I decided that I was not going to fill those pop-up screens anymore.

I use a Credit Union instead of a "normal bank", since it is a better option for me. I have had an account with them since I worked at a local hospital, part time, almost 30 years ago. I wrote enough checks where I hit the largest check number offered for regular checking accounts and was required to go back from 5999 to 200 again for a check number.

Actually since I use a debit card, and they have different "rules" than a credit card has for getting back money from fraud, the PayPal account I set up to one of my bank accounts is a safer way, or at least easier way, to get any fraud purchase money back.

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