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...Didn't Sony advise you to already change your information?
Sorry but to me it seems like you're the one who dropped the ball. Yes it's Sony's fault that this happened, but they blatantly told you what you need to do.
And they've also said that no information had been stolen...so I have trouble believing you're serious, especially since you love to troll and make spam threads.
Also, nobody forced you to give Sony your credit card number. You could've bought PSN cards in any department/grocery store and use those instead.
This is the troll that kept posting on every EVERY Sony thread there was ok look imnot gonna cuss im gonna tell you some logic. First off why did you even put your CC info onto the PSN you knew there were perfectly good PSN cards out there to use so its already your fault when you put the CC Info out there. Secondly, When all of this happened and you heard there as a possiblity peoples CC info got stolen common sense would tell you to call you cc company cancel the card and be done with it but just like everyone else out there you waited and wait and hmm waited to see what would happen and when (you) got called you decided to blame sony good job. And C, all of this could have been avoided if you know, you used that thing called a brain to call your company cancel your credit card or like Nick said change your info, if it was me who had CC info on PSN when this happened first thing i would have done was cancel my card. See a little common sense could have avoided all this.
''they don't have a flippin clue about life'' i think you should take a look at what you just did....dont try to make yourself sound like an adult when your complaining on a gaming web site.. lol
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on the other hand.. your situation does suck and i feel for you. thanks for the warning.. although my ps3 broke a year ago..and i'm to cheap to get a new one lol
That sound's truly inconvenient, but it may not have been sony's fault. I know people who don't even own PS3 system's that have had their CC info stolen. It's a humongous hassle. I know what your going through though, i pay my bill's via DC and when i switched bank's i had to jump through hoop's to get all of my bill's reassigned to the new card. Not fun.
On another note, sony did warn everyone to change there info. I could use My DC or CC on PSN but i prefer to take the time to buy a PSN card. It not as easy as just setting up my card, but its worth the trouble. Hope everything get's straightened out for you. :)
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Looks to me like Rave is just venting. I don't read the forums very often, so I don't know if he has a history of trolling, but I just hate to see so many people jump on his case. I can totally see how some people might not have had time to change their info and I personally never saw the benefit of using those PSN cards before this whole debacle.
Sorry to hear about your situation. Hope you get everything worked out.
The flaming in this thread is going to stop right now though.
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