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Question: Who Here Has Gotten Burned Online? :: Total Votes:41
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Yes.  It happened from my online activity, but the bank / merchant took care of it. 9  [21.95%]
Yes.  It happened from my online activity, and I got screwed. 4  [9.76%]
Yes.  But not online, and the bank / merchant took care of it. 4  [9.76%]
Yes.  But not online, and I got screwed. 1  [2.44%]
No.  No one has ever fraudulently taken money from my account or card. 23  [56.10%]
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I am curious to know -- how many people here have been impacted by online banking / shopping fraud?  And how many have suffered financial losses as a result?

We've all read repeated reports of people getting burned by their online banking or shopping activities -- or frauds of other kinds.

Please feel free to add your comments/experiences/insights.  Hopefully, this unscientific poll will give us a bit of perspective on how prevalent the risks are -- as well as tid bits on what to do and also what not  to do".  Thanks.


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I had my SSN stolen in 2000.  Some guy named Bok Nyo Lee had rented several appartments using my SSN in his credit apps and skipped out on them.

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I've had credit card info stolen twice.  Called the credit card company, filled out the paperwork.  It was relatively easy and painless.

Always pay with a credit card.
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wife had cc stolen twice. Bank took care of it.

I have been screw'd by ebay. I am probably the only the person to have bad luck with ebay, though
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I had my CC# stolen once, started making charges to a random casino in Kansas.  I don't know how they got it.  The bank cancelled the card, sent me a replacement, deleted the charges and that was that.  I never heard if they caught the folks who used it, don't really care honestly.

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Once on the West Coast I had 2 unauthorized charges on my cc about 2 years ago.  Don't know if it was due to a last minute rental on the airports wireless (LAX) or a clerk/waiter scanned my cc . Reported it and after some paperwork, the bank took care of it.

Now I set up everything on my desktop before heading out and usually pay in cash (or cc if it's a place I can watch it being charged).


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I had my SSN number stolen once. Turned out OK. I got a letter in the mail about some credit app that was denied. When I called to ask about it since I had not applied they recommend (Radio Shack) that I call the credit bureaus fraud departments. I did and the person had applied at Sear, JC Pennies, and Macys. The Sears one had not been issued yet so they flagged the account. When the guy went to use the Sears account a few days latter he was held till the cops came to get him. No issues on my credit due to catching this early.

My Discover was cancelled once no idea why.  But Discover called me to tell me about it. Sent me a new card. This was a PITA due to some auto pay things I had setup. But not the end of the world


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cc stolen from stank ho in s fla twice.  The last 2 years someone has filed their tax return with my SS #  Never good when the IRS calls you up.  Takes forever to clear it up.   :(

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In the early 2000's I did. I have always felt it was a breach of Amazon, as I only used the CC there. I still shop Amazon so no hard feelings. Anyhow, the bank took care of it, although they were pretty much jerks about it - but last I checked then I didn't need software for a PC from France - it hit my card 3 times.

As for other things? I had my identity stolen when I was 17 or so - and had it used for an underage drinking arrest. My name has forever been twined into hers due to this. I know her name, her SSN and more - she never used it after that, but I am an "alias" on hers. Since we found out years ago, I carry paperwork with me at all times. I only found out when I got my first CPL and was turned down - she had had domestic violence arrests. Thankfully on that first arrest she had been fingerprinted so it was easily figured out. Still freaking blows every day though.


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BTW, I highly recommend paying the money to have your credit frozen if you do not need to get a new card or buy anything with a new credit line. Yes, it does cost. But...it does leave you more protected.

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That sucks, Sarbar.  

We've only done it the old-fashioned way.  My husband used to leave his wallet in his bike bag, in his office.  But since he doesn't tend to lock his office. . .  someone was clever.  They took the credit card, left the wallet.  We didn't know until the bank called us.  I'm always impressed at how good they are at tracking what's probably not us, even if at least once it left us without a cc on vacation!  Only took a day to clear it up.


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Nope. Not me.  Not so far, anyway.  I do not think I do anything different from others, just lucky maybe.  PayPal may be my weakest link.  

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I've never been affected.  However, within the last year, two groups of coworkers on business trips had their credit card info stolen by restaurant workers.
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Had my cc # stolen a couple times...I don't know how they got it, whether it was from online activity or from stealing it in person somehow.  Once it happened while I was in a coma, so it wasn't from anything recent.

I have never lost any money.  Either the retailer or the bank has caught it.  My bank has even flagged my account a couple times when my card wasn't stolen.  Once was in 03, and then it happened again just last week.

They froze my account when I was halfway through my trip from TX to IN.  It was the 4th time I had driven the trip within the past year, the 5th if you count the one time I flew, and I had also traveled to Costa Rica earlier in the year.  My bank told me I needed to tell them when I traveled.  I told them about all my previous trips in the past year that escaped their notice and they didn't have much to say about it.  I even use the same gas stations and restaurants each time I make that trip, that's how habitual it's become.  Not sure why now all of a sudden it was an issue when it wasn't the first time I made the trip.


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I've never been affected.  However, within the last year, two groups of coworkers on business trips had their credit card info stolen by restaurant workers.

yeah, I'm suspicious that this is how most cc#'s are stolen on a daily basis...outside of the large online retailer hacks that don't occur all that often.

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Yes, definitely do that.  Computers are good at flagging "unusual" activities -- and then it's human judgement to freeze the account or not.  My understanding is that when the system flags your transaction -- say hotel and meals in Zimbabwe -- a human will then call up a screen to see if there is any verbiage from you about said trip.  Or they might call you to verify -- or they might just freeze the transaction (and all subsequent ones) and wait for you to call them.

Mine is a household of one.  So I always tell my bank and cc issuers about upcoming trips.  Because if they flag and call to verify, no one will be answering the phone.


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I've never been affected.  However, within the last year, two groups of coworkers on business trips had their credit card info stolen by restaurant workers.

yeah, I'm suspicious that this is how most cc#'s are stolen on a daily basis...outside of the large online retailer hacks that don't occur all that often.

Gas stations are the most common around source of credit card theft here.  There's a story every few weeks about attendants getting busted for skimming.

When I'm near home, I stick to a small handful of stations to limit my exposure.
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Good question.  It happened to us last year and we have never known exactly how the individual got hold of our debit card info.  Could have been online, but also could have been someone scanning my hubby's wallet or doing a rubbing of a credit card. I almost never carry my credit card with me in my wallet so it would be kinda hard to scan.  Got taken care of quickly and was just a minor hassle.  This past August the same person tried to use the old credit card info to purchase a part  for a Dell computer.  Dell called my house to alert me.  I asked my credit card company to go after them and I have not heard back yet.

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A couple of years ago my bank called me asking if I had used my ATM/debit card earlier that day, a card I only use occasionally and only at my bank's ATM (never use as debit card). Someone had charged to my card somehow, the bank flagged it (I have no idea how), sent a new card to me and that was that.

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My bank told me I needed to tell them when I traveled.

Yes, definitely do that.  Computers are good at flagging "unusual" activities -- and then it's human judgement to freeze the account or not.  My understanding is that when the system flags your transaction -- say hotel and meals in Zimbabwe -- a human will then call up a screen to see if there is any verbiage from you about said trip.  Or they might call you to verify -- or they might just freeze the transaction (and all subsequent ones) and wait for you to call them.

Mine is a household of one.  So I always tell my bank and cc issuers about upcoming trips.  Because if they flag and call to verify, no one will be answering the phone.

if my bank had called to verify, it would have been me answering the phone.  they have my cell number.

they didn't do that.  and they didn't have an issue the first 5 trips I'd made this year.  there's some inconsistency with their policies somewhere.


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I do not notify them about trips within the USA, and if they start that procedure, I will stop using that card.  As for foreign travel, I do let them know, as it is unusual and would be a drag to deal with it from overseas.

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I had an online retirement account plundered by Wall Street punks.  

About 10 years ago my credit card number was used to buy an expensive box of chocolates from England (The Chocolate Tasting Club) and flowers for a Mothers Day gift.  Then they rented some online games.  Sort of classy, for a thief.  The credit card company erased the charges.  I'm still on the mailing list for the chocolates, got a flyer yesterday as a matter of fact.
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Dell called me at work one day and asked if I was sending a computer to a remote location.  Nope.  The cops showed up at the location on delivery day.  Much anguish ensued.

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My CC companies are paranoid - the slightest change in my spending habits and they immediately try and contact me.

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Unbelievable.

It's the thought that counts.  :D

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I had my CC stolen once but the bank too care of it.

Out to dinner and I received a phone call from someone I didn't know, and didn't answer. Moments later, my card was declined. After using a seperate card, I called my bank to find out what happened.

Turns out, someone stole the number and was pumping gas about 6 states away. The bank noticed the multiple gas station charges and froze the card. They called me for verification, but since I didn't answer they froze it.

They overnighted a new card to me (since I was traveling) and started the paperwork to have the money dropped off the account.  Took a couple of days and it was like it didn't happen.

I do call the credit card company and let them know when I'm traveling to expect those charges and generally dissallow charges outside of my state during the rest of the time.


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Me personally, no. But happened twice to my wife.
Back when phishing was first happening and not well known, she responded to an email from "EBay". When she told me about it, it sounded fishy and we called and cancelled the card she had on file with Ebay. I asked them if there had been any charges recently since we had not used it in a few weeks, and there had been a one dollar charge, probably a test to see if it was any good, from a Russian trade union.
One other time someone used her CC to pay...their cell phone bill. That was real hard to track down. Just more evidence that most criminals are crooks because they are too dumb to make an honest living.


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Never had a problem online but the stinkin ATM machines have taken my card twice... and even the one that was at my own bank and I couldnt get it back. Had to get a new account, change all my auto payment stuff, oh late fee for the one auto pay I forgot about. Grrrr.

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