Fraudulent Credit Card Use

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mjsantiago1072

08 Jun, 2013 01:45 AM

This email is to advise your firm our business credit card number and information was stolen shortly after a purchase with your firm (as well as a couple other vendors) on 6/3/13. We are contacting all firms to alert them as there may be a security hole in your system. We have no information as of yet of who or where the purchase was made but if the name Pacific Pop Productions comes across your desk, the cards have been canceled.

Sincerely,

Di Santiago
Pacific Pop Productions
Hawaii

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by dmitri on 08 Jun, 2013 02:25 AM

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    Hi Di,

    You are the first StoryAmp customer to inform us of something like this. Hopefully, it was not through our system. If we hear of anyone else, we will let you know. Good luck and I hope not too much damage was done to your accounts.

    Best of luck,

    Dmitri Vietze
    founder
    StoryAmp, LLC

  2. 2 Posted by mjsantiago1072 on 08 Jun, 2013 09:46 PM

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    I seriously doubt it was through your system but felt it was fair to warn everyone. I know thieves think no one pays attention to business accounts but when you are as small as I am...it sticks out like a sore thumb. Plus, virtually the only purchases we make are related to the music industry so I would hate to think someone has a rotten employee out there or perhaps who ever is managing internet transactions does. Figure if we warn everyone, maybe they won't try it again?

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