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Something's missing in this article
Posted by MikeC/TX of TX on 8/22/19 5:44pm Msg #609537
How do the scammers get valid authorization codes? You can't just enter a random authorization code and force the transaction through - the code has to come from the bank for the system to recognize it. If the customer hands you the phone and has you talk to a fake bank employee who then gives you an authorization code, where did that code come from?

I don't think whoever wrote the article got the whole story
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 Here's another huge scam...beware, shoppers -  Cheryl Elliott on 8/22/19 8:00am
 Re: Here -  VT_Syrup on 8/22/19 8:43am
 We can't take anything at face value..Cybersecurity is vital -  Cheryl Elliott on 8/22/19 3:23pm
 Licensing Agencies? - NewPhoenix on 8/22/19 11:49pm
 Re: Licensing Agencies? -  JanetK_CA on 8/23/19 9:24pm
 Re: Here -  JanetK_CA on 8/22/19 4:25pm
 Re: Here -  VT_Syrup on 8/22/19 8:39pm
 Hackers too! n/m - Pacific Alliance Notary Service on 8/22/19 4:46pm
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 Re: Hackers too! -  JanetK_CA on 8/22/19 6:23pm
 The fact is we are all out there on so many directories -  Cheryl Elliott on 8/22/19 5:11pm
 Something's missing in this article - MikeC/TX on 8/22/19 5:44pm
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