Dating without using cc


15-Aug-2017 06:45

Most of the time they ask for some twenty digit number that they showed for a second on some obscure screen. They'd even give you "free" trials of books you never asked for once they had your number and then promptly charge you -50 if you didn't send it back.How to Turn A Guy On " data-medium-file="https://i0com/ fit=602,310" /WARNING: This post is Moderately graphic and perhaps not suitable for work.Faking billing data seems like something they would definitely consider criminal. I always keep used-up gift/rebate cards around for this purpose.

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Edited to add: And yes, it would be credit card fraud to do this, plus probably a violation of the CFAA in the hands of an up and coming prosecutor.Get them to "verify" their info for a free trial, then start the recurring charges.Then make it hard (and embarrassing in the case of porn) to cancel. was the worst offender of this mid-nineties bullshit free trial stuff.Write personal notes and reminders to profiles on the site (so you don't get confused) ... Attach an unlimited number of photos to your profile ...

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A completely empty gift card wouldn't work if they did a

And much more cool options that other dating sites are missing !

A completely empty gift card wouldn't work if they did a $1 test fee (as edgore notes), but a gift card with just a dollar remaining on it would. The way that all of this stuff works is that they get the full CC info up from, do a test authorization against that, then toss the CVV (theoretically, assuming they comply with PCI) then retain the CC # and EXP. Nobody is going to just ask for the CC up front, then come back later and say they also need a EXP and CVV, which is the only way this scam would work.

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And much more cool options that other dating sites are missing !A completely empty gift card wouldn't work if they did a $1 test fee (as edgore notes), but a gift card with just a dollar remaining on it would. The way that all of this stuff works is that they get the full CC info up from, do a test authorization against that, then toss the CVV (theoretically, assuming they comply with PCI) then retain the CC # and EXP. Nobody is going to just ask for the CC up front, then come back later and say they also need a EXP and CVV, which is the only way this scam would work.

test fee (as edgore notes), but a gift card with just a dollar remaining on it would. The way that all of this stuff works is that they get the full CC info up from, do a test authorization against that, then toss the CVV (theoretically, assuming they comply with PCI) then retain the CC # and EXP. Nobody is going to just ask for the CC up front, then come back later and say they also need a EXP and CVV, which is the only way this scam would work.