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PulseTV has reported that 200,000 credit cards information might be stolen

PulseTV, a popular online business in the United States, has revealed a significant fraudulent credit card operation. Over 200,000 customers have been affected, according to the notice letter filed with the Maine Attorney General’s office. On March 8, 2021, the organization received notification of a suspected breach from VISA, which alerted them that fraudulent…

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