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17 December 2009 | 17203 views | 1
Blippy, a service that automatically publishes users' credit card transaction details online, has launched in invitation-only beta.
Is this new service a mine of information for anybody that wants to access valid payment card numbers in order to use these for fraudulent on-line purchases? Or is the service PCI compliant thus making it impossible for anybody to access or use the underlying
card number including the administrator of the service?
If yes, card numbers can be stolen, then this service well complements the service where a mag stripe reader can be connected to an I phone and act as "payment terminal" since there a fraudster can access physical card details by imposing as a "merchant"
with the I phone + card reader and now also get card numbers for e - commerce fraud from the communities where people file them!