So I was wondering what the impact of this disclosure for the card holder is likely to be.From the front of a card, a fraudster could get the card PAN (16-digit number) start date/expiry date and cardholder name.
But his life changed in 2015, when he made a video in which he, wearing a blonde bob wig with brown roots, delivered a monologue in a husky half-whisper: “I just want to let you girls know that I’m a real messy bitch — a liar, a scammer. I’m a messy bitch who lives for drama.” Joanne the Scammer was born. As Miss Prada — a transgender diva, trouble-making comic, and occasional prostitute — he’d amassed both fans and notoriety.
And, we have the sexuality we share with a partner (yes, sadly this comes and goes and we are back to that alone time again).
The partner part is only a slice of that sexuality.
Also for debit cards, the cardholders account number and sort code (that may vary by region).
So the question is, what's the likely impact of the disclosure of this information (i.e. Some initial thoughts I had were :- Allthough the CCV was not disclosed I think guessing it would prove less than difficult.