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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Playmaker, May 1, 2014.
but the pizza has already been paid for
I dont understand
Yea I'm not following either. He can order using my name or vice versa.
I guess there could be a problem if the name given for the order didn't match the name on the card, but the card number is being given online or on the phone. No name necessary. So they wouldn't see the name unless they asked to see the card and ID.
It's pizza... The employees shouldn't go out of their way to be suspicious.
Can't spell GoTitans without GoT.
I guess worst case scenario a Walmart gift card can be dropped in the mail....
ok apparently either your all trolling or jus not aware of credit card fraud
It's all good..
He's on something.
be suspicious? fool you know one month we lost around 1000 dollars that we reimbursed cause of claimed "stolen credit cards" and since we couldn't provide any proof that we saw the card we had no way of arguing, and to fight it is going to cost more, so they would be reimbursed. on deliveries our drivers have to get a imprint of the card number on a receipt and we don't allow pre payments for carry outs, not even online.
my understanding is the card is legit UNTIL it is reported stolen
so unfourtunatly the bad guys usually do in fact get away with the crime for a while at least. From the point the CC companies are aware and deny charges the CC companies have to eat the fraud. Except the first $25 ususally.
Nobody is losing anything when it comes to our bet.
It's just a pizza and our online reputation on the line.
Totally aware. We are talking about pizzas.
I have had friends order pizza and pick it up using my card in the past. That's not fraud. If the employees want to be douches and refuse to give the pizza when I walk in, then that's on them.
It's pizza, not some massive car purchase or something. The cases of fraud with pizza orders has to be incredibly low.
It makes no sense.