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Windows 7: Newegg customers may have had their credit card information stolen

4 Weeks Ago   #21
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by F22 Simpilot View Post
PayPal is just an escrow, a middle man so to speak. The merchant doesn't have your bank Info., etc on file. The merchant uses PayPal's API to conduct the transaction and PayPal takes over from there sending the payment to the merchant's account on file.
Thanks for the info F22!

Yeah. I thought they were some kind of middle man, but was never sure exactly how it worked. All I'm thankful for is that when the OnePlus hack happened, if I had used my card at that time, I could have been one of the people affected.


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