J.D. Harrison at the Washington Post has both an interesting and factually spot-on article (Ho Ho Hackers) about preventing card fraud this holiday season. I invite you to read it (after you read this!). Continue reading →
I tell people all the time that it is insane to continue to hand credit cards (inherently sensitive information) over to merchants and then to expect the handling of those credit card numbers to be secure. Continue reading →
I love easy solutions to complex problems. Frozen yogurt is a simple solution to the complexities of ice-cream induced weight gain, and if that fails, I understand Spanx work wonders as well.
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This isn't the place for technical support (you'll need to contact your bank or equipment provider), but we typically see that error when someone has tried to tamper with the case (drilled it, or pried it open). To my knowledge, it cannot be fixed and that is by design, to prevent card fraud. Please reach out to whomever provides your account services for assistance. Chris Souther
I want to know how to remove the error message VX520 TPE (tempering detected). ibrahima sow
Cash payment is more secured than other methods. As soon as I start a card payment I share information with someone (the merchant) or something (POS or web site). It's like a secret, when you share it it's no longer a secret... Frantz COORNAERT