Subject: Re: B&H is sharing your data! Sharing your DATA!!!
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Subject: Re: B&H is sharing your data! Sharing your DATA!!!
Date: 7 Dec 2017 19:23:53 GMT
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Carlos E.R.<robin_listas@es.invalid> wrote:
> On 2017-12-06 19:53, nospam wrote:
>> In article<>, peter
>><> wrote:
>>> If I order something from Amazon, I do not have to sign in, nor do I even
>>> have to give them my credit card. What is strange about that is they are
>>> using an old credit card that has expired. My new one has a different
>>> security code, expiration date, and billing address 
>> the bank pushed the updated information to amazon.
> The the customer would see the last four digits of the currently valid
> card in the payment form, when the client is asked to click on the
> wanted payment method.
> It can be verified if such is the case.
> My guess is that the bank "redirects" the payment request to the new
> card, same as they do with bank account numbers.
> For instance, I'm paying with my accounts things that the supplier have
> registered for recurring payments with my parents account many years
> ago. It is automatic over here.

That may be the answer.  I either order by phone, or in person, at the
store.  I try not to go to the store unless I have a specific purpose. (It
is too hard to resist temptation.)