Debit card photo sharing on Twitter and Instagram

July 5, 2012

A Twitter account @NeedADebitCard was set up about a month ago to raise awareness of the dangers of sharing debit and credit card photos and it has attracted in excess of 9,000 followers to date. The cards show the names, card numbers, expiration dates and in some cases the CVV code, which is on the back of the card. @NeedADebitCard is raising awareness about the dangers of card fraud (not identity fraud as such) by retweeting Twitter messages with links to debit/credit card images. The account clearly states that they want people to “Please quit posting pictures of your debit cards, people”. Read more....



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