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The definition of karma: PayPal president’s credit card gets hacked

11
Feb
2014

If youve ever lost access to your PayPal holdings through no fault of your own — say, following a shady money transfer — you may be tempted to enjoy a little schadenfreude today. PayPal president David Marcus reports that someone used a skimming device to clone a credit card while he was in the UK, letting the perpetrator make a ton of fraudulent purchases. Its virtually the embodiment of karmic payback, isnt it?

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