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'Valid' credit card numbers released on internet part of Operation Payback

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@Anon_Operation tweets link to thousands of potentially valid MasterCard numbers!
To people of the industrial world, dismiss your #Mastercard now!!! #ddos #payback Leaked Credit Cards http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=u783eBzc

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4 Responses to "'Valid' credit card numbers released on internet part of Operation Payback"

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    magix  December 8, 2010 at 8:40 PM

    The card list has been taken down (actually put behind another ‘warning’ page) There were 10,000 cards listed. Email me offline with last four numbers and I will see if anything matches.

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    gmick49  December 8, 2010 at 8:13 PM

    They tapped into my account Monday. I called pay-pal and they credited my account back.Where would I find the numbers listed? I’m not sure where to look as to where that Info is.Thanks.

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    magix  December 8, 2010 at 7:43 PM

    Bummer gmick, when did this happen? These cards were nabbed and listed today to ‘make a point’. I checked the numbers and none of my cards were listed.

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    gmick49  December 8, 2010 at 7:12 PM

    Well Mary. You were certainly right about operation payback.I have to get another credit card, as someone hacked me. They got me for $140.00 on my pay-pal account. Luckily they checked and I got my money back.It could have been a lot more, so now I have to get a new card and number. Hopefully I can get it changed before I get ripped off again. They say pay-pal is secure, but evidently not. Thanks for putting this on your site.

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