I got a letter from bank stating my Visa Debit card was suspended, I call, assuming my recent O2 order had triggered something and hoped my card would just be reactivated as has happened in the past with mobile orders.
They mention that someone had tried but failed to hack my Visa Verify (which fortunately is quite extensive password and unique to me) when trying to order an item worth over £1000 from an major electronics store two weeks ago all online.
They told me to destroy the card, a new one is on the way nowt else to do.
Is it worth going over my recent transactions? I expect it's one of the stores I've used for the first time a few weeks ago.
From what I have seen crime like this is just written off as a loss most of the time unless endemic/pointing at one source.
I wonder if my Bank will contact the store asking what the contact/name/delivery details were, highly unlikely I know...
Over a decade of Card use I've been careful, never once had a problem, all previous alarms being false alarms once cleared up.
I'm more annoyed at myself now than the criminal really for having used a site that took my details and tried to use it criminally.