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Or, if you want to stay safe online, you can opt for a prepaid card. Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Given that there were magstripes on credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't this mean that there was already an Internet system that linked together at the time of purchasing and detected whether or not a credit card was cleared for use?

Even today's direct debiting card schemes use the Internet to connect to people's banking account? Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Today most places use telephones for credit card transactions, i.e. a computer is calling the bank's automatic system.

At the beginning of 2000 I saw places in the USA that would take a print of the map and have no telephone system. Initial credit card issuances were only to pick a few folks, the shop would take information from the card at the point of sale and get the cash from the bank afterwards.

No credit card is connected to or dependant on the Internet. Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Just yesterdays I had my card manually imprinted in a rather densely settled part of the USA.

FWIW, the card scanner isn't calling the banks. She' calling a credit card processor to subscribe to the mall. Have a look at the back of your card, you will see logo for networking with which the card works directly: Every one has a number of arrangements with other grids that regulate how the affiliate grid calculates service.

Regardless, even if the credit card ecosystem uses the same devices, it definitely does not use the open Internet to handle financials. When they have changed to some kind of Internet tech, they do so in a totally separated one. Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too?

Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? Given that there were magstripes on credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't this mean that there was already an Internet system that linked together at the time of purchasing and detected whether or not a credit card was cleared for use?

In 1969 very few, if any, sales outlets, such as filling points, drugstores, etc. Much later they had Internet access. Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? In 1969 very few, if any, sales outlets, such as filling points, drugstores, etc.

Much later they had Internet access. Because there were credit card numbers before 1969, doesn't that mean the internet did, too? When I was busy pumping gasoline, I recall accepting credit card in the '70s.

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