Middle of last month, someone broke into an old +iTunes account and used its authorization to +PayPal to drain my +HigherOne account of all of its funds. That was three weeks ago. I noticed, when iTunes gave me back my account, that I had $149.97 worth of iTunes credit still, because of the way the thief bought gift cards with my money and then applied them directly to my account.
I got my iTunes account back on the 16th. PayPal refunded me the money. But now whenever I look at my iTunes account it still shows that I have $149.97 worth of credit.
How long should I wait before I start spending this, what looks like a windfall?
Hey,+Google, I just got a Verisign Identity Protection card from PayPal. Like you, they offer two-step verification. And like you, they can send me an SMS text message with a security code for the second half of their two-step authentication. However, I don't want to have to pay to receive text messages from you in order to authenticate when I log in.
Why is it that you don't offer the ability for me to register my VIP card so that I can use that for the second step of my two-step authentication? You already have almost all of the interface and infrastructure.
Nevermind. After reviewing the footage several times... it became more clear. I didn't realize that it made that much difference, but it turns out the trick is the slide you do right at the top after dropping the bomb.
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