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PSN free identity protection (Credit Card)
The new identity protection programme helps customers protect their personal information, in light of the criminal intrusion of the PlayStation Network and Qriocity services in April 2011

UK: fraudprotect.co.uk

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Well for something that looks like it has only just started I wouldn't be trusting it. There is no mention of this on the Affinion International Limited website, privacyguard.co.uk/affinioninternational.com/

Domain name:
fraudprotect.co.uk

Registrant:
Affinion International Limited

Registrant type:
Unknown

Registrant's address:
Charter Court
50 Windsor Road1
Slough
SL1 2EJ
United Kingdom

Registrar:
EuroDNS SA [Tag = DCLUX-LU]
URL: eurodns.com

Relevant dates:
Registered on: 10-May-2011
Renewal date: 10-May-2013
Last updated: 10-May-2011

Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 17th May 2011

simplyjimbo

Well for something that looks like it has only just started I wouldn't be … Well for something that looks like it has only just started I wouldn't be trusting it. There is no mention of this on the Affinion International Limited website, http://www.privacyguard.co.uk/Domain name: fraudprotect.co.uk Registrant: Affinion International Limited Registrant type: Unknown Registrant's address: Charter Court 50 Windsor Road1 Slough SL1 2EJ United Kingdom Registrar: EuroDNS SA [Tag = DCLUX-LU] URL: http://www.eurodns.com Relevant dates: Registered on: 10-May-2011 Renewal date: 10-May-2013 Last updated: 10-May-2011



It's only just started because the Playstation security breach only just happened...

Still Affinion International Limited have nothing about it on their website, you would think that they would announce such a service especially with all the concerns over data protection etc. Furthermore no additional data has been recorded via their holdings company, to me this looks like someone is taking the opportunity to do the dirty on vulnerable / gullible PSN users.

affinioninternational.com/


Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 17th May 2011

simplyjimbo

Still Affinion International Limited have nothing about it on their … Still Affinion International Limited have nothing about it on their website, you would think that they would announce such a service especially with all the concerns over data protection etc.



I'm sure they will do at some point but they are still working out the exact details. Playstation have already announced it (that's where they got the link from - perhaps I should have mentioned this in my last post!).

EDIT: Just realised the "go to deal" button takes you to the Playstation article on the site.
Edited by: "callum9999" 17th May 2011

typical, A giant company like Sony with billions of £ profits and we the consumer have to do something to protect the details that they hold on us as they are unable to keep our data safe... bloody useless if you ask me !.

ratbob666

typical, A giant company like Sony with billions of £ profits and we the … typical, A giant company like Sony with billions of £ profits and we the consumer have to do something to protect the details that they hold on us as they are unable to keep our data safe... bloody useless if you ask me !.



Any system is vulnerable if anyone tries hard enough.

You may recall the Pentagon and American military systems got shut down by an autistic Scottish hacker just working in his spare time in his bedroom...

PSN free identity protection (Credit Card)



Not read the details but I thought Sony announced categorically that NO CC details were taken?

So why do I need to protect my CC details? I thought the identity protection was in case anyone took a loan out in your name using your address details and DOB etc

Ah, now the link is gong to playstation there is some substance to the offer, originally it went to a website in construction page, or something to that affect hence my concerns. Still a joke in a way.
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