Jared, Kay Jewelers Parent Fixes Data Leak

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by ronjor, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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  2. Floyd 57

    Floyd 57 Registered Member

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    That's why you should only order from big sites, like amazon and ebay, that are unlikely to be exposed

    Or at least, use a courier with the items shipped to their storage warehouse office, so at least they'll need an ID card to confirm your identity
     
  3. EASTER

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    I been extremely lucky avoiding cards like this I could have easily obtained but am so security conscious many of them I go with my gut instincts from the years of computer experience where I watch (and read) which companies devote the highest of security precautions from those who are just greedy bums and won't/don't take continuous measures in prevention of the possibilities that their setup isn't secure as expected/possible.

    And as many times I shopped and purchased from Kays, and even have sales agents as friends, whenever they are gladly offering a card, a huge red light comes on and I make up some excuse for why I don't need it. Such as I already have a card that offers a better cash back bonus when I use that one so it's nothing against your business, I simply am thrifty and choose what works best for me.

    That's one way you skip away from their routine pushing of certain cards and safe yourself grief later down the line.
     
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