Scam and scammers are something that we need to fight with almost each day. Unfortunately it’s one of the worst plagues of our industry. How many times did you receive an e-mail with a request to change the password in some kind of e-wallet service (such as PayPal)? How many times were you asked to do something in your bank account? To have it done you just needed to click on some link in the email and put your login and password in a login form. Simple. But fake.
Those websites look similar to the original ones. But they are not. Once you put your login and password – these credentials will be stored in scammer’s database.
Sofortbanking (which is called sofortuberweisung in Germany) is a payment system, which gives customers an ability to pay by a wire transfer from lots of European banks. Sounds great, doesn’t it?
The idea is pretty simple (and clever at the same time). Their systems are integrated with a lot of banks from around the Europe and they offer payments through these banks in one web interface. So if you want to pay in a web store, you have to be forwarded to sofort’s website, where you need to choose your bank, put your login, password and some token and… just click the submit button.
Sounds great, so what’s the problem?
Visa Europe offers a credit card that comes with its own 48×8 pixel LCD panel on the back. That would be located just above the signature of the cardholder. The solution, called CodeSure Matrix Display Card, has been invented to increase security of credit cards, which can be used e.g. in online shopping.
We’re looking for a Junior Web Application Developer to join our team. At PayLane you’ll be working on products and services, which help others develop their online businesses.
I keep hearing the same questions over and over again and it doesn’t look like coming to an end… What the hell is a PayLane account? What’s the difference between a PayLane account and a merchant account? How many accounts do I need to have? And so on…
So let’s make it clear once and for all. Quick and short. Here’s what it’s all about.
I’ve just found an interesting web-based application – BillGuard. It scans your credit cards daily, alerting you to hidden fees, billing errors, misleading subscriptions, scams and fraud.
Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?
How many times have you had to type a credit card number when you wanted to pay for something? It’s painful, isn’t it? 16 digits one by one, then check for mistakes… next payment: once again, 16 digits one by one, etc.
Card.io is a solution for everyone who’s tired of putting the whole credit card number again and again.