Fucking sites no credit card used

We’ll also add a section to the quick glance bit for whether they do/don’t use Chex Systems to give quick access to this information as well.

sanity writes "An Android application capable of siphoning credit card data from contactless bank cards has appeared on the Google Play store.

EDIT: I would just like to say that I was mistaken. That said, the US terms differ in an important way. It goes on to copy what the UK agreement had, but that one didn't include this sentence. IANAL but afaik US contract law states that vagueness in contracts always benefits the party who did not write the contract.

If you click ' Complete details' just below you will be provided with a full list of the circumstances in which they can terminate with immediate effect (although I acknowledge that the ability to terminate simply because a card network/issuer requests this is not particularly transparent (but understandable)):- we determine in our sole discretion that you are ineligible for the Service because of the risk associated with your use of Stripe, including without limitation significant credit or fraud risk, or for any other reason;- you do not comply with any of the provisions of this Agreement, or- upon request of a Card Network or a card issuer. The vagueness may be used to your advantage to indicate that they didn't give you the two months you expected.

Something about Saa S being high risk and getting close to 2% chargeback could loose Stripe their contracts with MC/VISA.

Not that I know of, plus it would be extremely difficult to detect as each chargeback would appear to be coming from a completely different customer (different name, different address, different card number).

The app was developed by a security penetration tester for research purposes and will steal card numbers and expiry dates, along with transactions and merchant IDs.

Dear HN, I am only writing this post because Stripe are not responding to my emails.

Lost around half a million euros before we could get our customers exported to another payment processor. It's a great service when it works, not so great at customer service.

We were booted from stripe when a couple of customers just decided to chargeback all of their previous transactions, each of which was pretty small, without first contacting us, so it was too late to issue refunds.

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