I was editting and composing my friend's custom album when my housemate brought in an envelope and handed it to me. It was my monthly CIMB credit card statement. I teared the envelope and browse through the transaction I've made using my card before I caught something fishy.
There was a transaction of USD10.00 at Godaddy.com on 14th December. I never heard of the site. Surely it's not a website I've ever visited. I typed in the address and it's a website that sell domain and web hosting. Something like that. Ok~~~. I've never intended to buy my own domain since I use blogspot. And I've never heard of this website till tonight!!!
I think I've just being a credit fraud victim!!! Damn!! Thanks Allah it was just RM34.70 worth of transaction But still I'm pretty scared right now. Do you wanna give me Rm30 just like that?? I've tried to phone the support center but somehow and for certain reason, the line was rather bad. I thought I was the one having difficulty to hear what the agent said, but the agent claimed that he couldn't hear me well too. Argh!!! I hung up and tried again but the same thing happened. Gonna try again tomorrow. The very first thing tomorrow morning.
I've logged into cimbclicks and checked if there's any other unauthorized transactions have been done using my card but gratefully, there's none. Huuu~~~. Why can't they set a password everytime I want to buy something using my card online rather than just filling up the 4-digit code from the back of my card? Isn't a password would make it more secure. The 4-digit code, than a password. Right? Or a message alerting me for every transaction sent right through my mobile phone. Hmmm..
Hope this not gonna be uglier!!