Credit cards, phones, and train carriages

My trip home last night. Just how insane do you have to be to order your airline tickets to Australia on a packed commuter train out of London Waterloo, on a mobile telephone, split across three different credit cards?

And yes, she did read out the security code for each one, too.

If I was an evil person, I could have a lot of fun at this point.

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4 responses to “Credit cards, phones, and train carriages

  1. “Just how insane do you have to be to order your airline tickets to Australia on a packed commuter train out of London Waterloo, on a mobile telephone, split across three different credit cards?”

    I thought you were describing an heroic piece of travel booking using your Vodafone Card until I realised you were being *critical* of the perpetrator :-p

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  2. best way to get credit card fraud I think.. 1. you know the dates they are aware not checking their card statements. 2. you know their numbers and security digits on the card back. 3. you have three cards to spread the load over. 4. you know at least one genuine transaction on each card!!!

    fraudsters dream!!

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  3. I wanna go! 🙂

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