Justin Mason wrote:
> This happened to me too. It's the "Verified By VISA" check, which is
> something imposed by Visa, via the banks, on online sellers. Previously,
> it was optional, and possible to avoid it, but it seems that UK vendors
> are now *required* to perform this by the UK banks. Absolutely pointless,
> of course, and very annoying. Ah well, that's another password to
> add to the list...
Hmmm I was using a Mastercard so that can't be it.
Here's what they sent me:
**Please note that if you do not action this email within 5 working days
we will not be able to process this order and will cancel it on your
Please e-mail the following details to: webaccounts at dabs.com
1) The address to which your credit/debit card is registered.
2) A land line telephone number at which you can be contacted.
3) Full confirmation of delivery address including recipient’s name,
company name if applicable and relationship with this address.
My response to dabs:
You want me to _email_ you my address and phone number details in the
name of security?
Which they just ignored of course...
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