Card transactions by proxy
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Tue Apr 5 17:38:01 BST 2011
In article <4D9B295C.20405 at callnetuk.com>, Peter Mitchell
<otcbn at callnetuk.com> writes
>> I don't buy the Clarkson story, because he would have got a letter
>>from the charity confirming the DD was set up.
>Only if the fraudster gave the charity Clarkson's real address, which
>seems unlikely (he probably wouldn't have known it).
Good point; I wondering why it's a useful exercise, now.
>And even if he did, getting the letter wouldn't have turned back the
>clock and put Clarkson's money back in his account.
The original idea was that you got the letter in time to cancel
the DD. He could get the money back from the DD guarantee, but that then
looks like taking money from the charity. He can afford it (he's earning
at least £2m a year).
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