credit-card numbers stolen

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  1. ducklite

    ducklite <font color=teal>Take the Poly, it's fabulous!<br>

    Aug 17, 2000
    NEW YORK ( - The names and credit-card numbers of 243,000 customers were on a laptop computer stolen from an employee of accounting firm Ernst & Young, according to sources familiar with the matter., which is owned by Expedia (Research) and Ernst & Young, its auditor, began notifying customers that their information was stolen last week.

    The theft occurred in February, according to news reports, but Ernst & Young only recently was able to determine what was on the computer's hard drive.

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  2. Bella the Ball 360

    Bella the Ball 360 Keyboarding is not my thing excuse typos.<br><font

    Jun 30, 2003
    So like I am thinking these places have all this security and then I find out that some employee has all the info on a stupid lap top!! See I was picturing some vault where all the secure info is kept not on some lap top that anyone could pick up like a bag of groceries and take off with!!

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