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Amazon.com's credit card systems have apparently been compromisied

DougDot (966387) writes | about 2 years ago

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DougDot writes "I just got a call fro Amazon.com informing me that someone in Dallas, TX, some 600 miles away from where I live in Santa Fe, NM, just tried to buy $51 worth of Domino's pizza using my Amazon.com credit card number.

Since I only used that credit card to purchase stuff on-line from Amazon, it is pretty clear that Amazon's financial credit card systems have been compromised.

The good news is that Amazon's fraud detection systems caught this almost instantly.

I expect we'll be hearing more about this.

--Doug"

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