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New Software Skims Credit Card Info From Online Credit Card Transactions
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REISEN1955,
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5/23/2019 | 12:37:42 PM
Re: Temporary card numbers
I have to check the techs on that, Clark Howard - our consumer pro down here in Georgia, advocates for it all of the time.  Should be buried under options in your card-holder site, such as Capital One. 

 
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jenshadus,
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5/23/2019 | 11:07:49 AM
Re: Temporary card numbers
I've done the same for the credit limit.  I use only one credit card.  Who offers the one time credit card number?

 

 
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REISEN1955,
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5/23/2019 | 8:33:36 AM
Temporary card numbers
There is a great technolgy where credit card companies allow the user a one-time card number which vanishes as soon as transaction done - very effective and should be used more.  Secondly, have a card with a low low credit limit, $500 or so that IF it ever does get compromised, then thief cannot by a Corvette with it - maybe tires or something like that and financially easy to recover from. 


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