PSN: Credit Card Companies Don’t See Any Fraudulent Activity Yet

Posted By | On 28th, Apr. 2011

Its a well known fact by now that personal information of 77 million PSN users has been compromised. These include:

– Name
– Address (city, state, zip)
– Country
– Email Address
– Birthdate
– PlayStation Network/Qriocity password and login, and handle/PSN online ID

In a detailed article by San Francisco Chronicle, it was reported that so far credit card companies have  not seen any fraudulent activity.

Spokesmen for Wells Fargo & Co., American Express Co. and MasterCard Inc. said they were monitoring cardholder accounts and hadn’t seen unauthorized activity relating to Sony.

This should provide a temporary relief to the various PSN users but this does not the rule out the possibility that the hackers have credit card information.


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