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I just made a credit card purchase from PLAY.COM without the need to do anything except click.

This seems a bit odd. Shouldn't I have to enter the three digit number every time for security?

Are PLAY allowed to store this number?

I didn't get redirected to the MBNA security website either.

Anyone else found this?

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it will be stored locally on your pc like cookies etc.

 

i would suggest running glary utils to clear out your local cache

and p'haps untick

tools/internet options/advanced/empty internet temp folder on close [or alike]

 

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Have you purchased anything from them before... if so they do ask if you wish to create an account and save card details, then its just a case of adding to your basket and hitting the checkout button.

 

When going back you have to enter your account username and password but thats it securitywise

 

Edit: If you dont want this to be the case then go into your my account area and delete the card details, you'll get prompted next time and you need to ensure you dont click on save card details.

 

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I had my card details stored on the site for one click ordering, but wasn't comfortable with that (more from the point of view of one of the kids ordering what they liked!

 

Did exactly as suggested above and opted for the details not to be stored.


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I may be talking through my hat, but I don't think companies are allowed to store the 3-digit security code. It's part of their Terms with the Credit Card company. They can store the other card details though.

 

It's probably a case of them wanting the 3-digit code on the first order, but after that you will be in good standing with them so they are doing it on trust. I pay some recurring bills with a credit card (they don't give any choice) and I know these companies aren't storing the 3-digit code.

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That code should be entered each time a transaction takes place, it shouldn' be stored.

 

QUOTE=PRBrown;3385547]I may be talking through my hat, but I don't think companies are allowed to store the 3-digit security code. It's part of their Terms with the Credit Card company. They can store the other card details though.

 

It's probably a case of them wanting the 3-digit code on the first order, but after that you will be in good standing with them so they are doing it on trust. I pay some recurring bills with a credit card (they don't give any choice) and I know these companies aren't storing the 3-digit code.

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