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Don't go talking bad about XBOX over Sony's problem! Microsoft has never had account hacking problems on Xbox ever. (Spoken like a true Fan-Boy) lol but really
Well, Sony never had a hacking issue before as well... until it actually happened. No guarantee that Live won't be safe next week or next month or whatever.
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Well it was called Wood Products Credit Union... I think they changed their name though.

Does it matter? You are on my ignore list now anyway.
That's alright. Be a little girl about it. All you do is dispute the charges. Someone got hold of one of my old CC numbers and charged $2500 at a Best Buy and I didn't have to pay a cent of it.
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One of the guys I was eating lunch with explained that there was a random $450 charge on his dad's debit card. The card was connected to his PSN account because he purchases map packs and stuff like that.

Just wanted to know if it could have been from PSN or his dad's card info was stolen some other way. Pretty scary if the hackers got that information o_o
http://www.overclock.net/playstation...-12-700-a.html


Your friends dad should get a lawyer and sue sony.
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