Yahoo Finance reports that stolen U.S. credit card information is worth as little as $5 on the black market.
3 Theories We Have As To Why
- Getting busted by police after video released online of “Guy fraudulently buying a Happy Meal” may not lead to happiness with five dollar fraudulent investment when video goes viral.
- Shipping fraudulent purchased goods to your home or office = worse idea. Especially if you work at the anti-fraud division of a police force.
- Nobody believes your name is “Happy Cardholder.” (stop stealing credit card details from the cards in ads!) Nobody will especially believe that you are a happy cardholder if you have a dumb airline rewards card that has never been redeemable for a flight anywhere due to blackout rules.
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