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Brian Howie
2018-02-12 20:09:23 UTC
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I'm trying to buy an electronic component from a site qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .

http://www.hikeshop.top

I get the message.

Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "

Loosely translated it means "Controlled risk interception"

I take it means the stie is dodgy.

Anyone seen this before ?


Brian

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Brian Reay
2018-02-12 22:11:29 UTC
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I'm trying to buy an electronic component from a site qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
http://www.hikeshop.top
I get the message.
Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
Loosely translated it means "Controlled risk interception"
I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just due to
timeouts.
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Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Brian Howie
2018-02-13 11:34:51 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from a site qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
http://www.hikeshop.top
I get the message.
Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
Loosely translated it means "Controlled risk interception"
I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just due
to timeouts.
Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.

Brian
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Brian Reay
2018-02-13 17:36:49 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Brian Reay
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from  a site  qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
 http://www.hikeshop.top
   I get the message.
   Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
 Loosely translated  it means "Controlled risk interception"
 I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just due
to timeouts.
Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.
Brian
A bit odd, I do it quite often- both debit and credit cards. A one time
they used to like a 'heads up' if you were planning on using it aboard
but, at least in Europe, even that has stopped. You could try telling
then you use it aboard, that may help.
Brian Howie
2018-02-13 18:41:36 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Brian Reay
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from  a site  qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
 http://www.hikeshop.top
   I get the message.
   Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
 Loosely translated  it means "Controlled risk interception"
 I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just due
to timeouts.
Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.
Brian
A bit odd, I do it quite often- both debit and credit cards. A one time
they used to like a 'heads up' if you were planning on using it aboard
but, at least in Europe, even that has stopped. You could try telling
then you use it aboard, that may help.
I had problems with my credit card on holidays in the USA ,especially
when chip and pin was introduced. My bank seems to like a "heads up"
certainly on my last trip about 3 years ago, when they blocked my card.
Ok they'd sent me letter to my house, but that wasn't much use. A
phone call fixed it.

Brian
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Brian Howie
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2018-02-13 20:02:01 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Brian Reay
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from  a site  qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
 http://www.hikeshop.top
   I get the message.
   Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
 Loosely translated  it means "Controlled risk interception"
 I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just
due to timeouts.
 Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.
 Brian
A bit odd, I do it quite often- both debit and credit cards. A one
time they used to like a 'heads up' if you were planning on using it
aboard but, at least in Europe, even that has stopped. You could try
telling then you use it aboard, that may help.
I had problems with my credit card on holidays in the USA ,especially
when chip and pin was introduced. My bank seems to like a "heads up"
certainly on my last trip about 3 years ago, when they blocked my card.
Ok they'd sent me letter to my house, but that wasn't much use.  A phone
call fixed it.
Brian
The blocked my card when I went to Gibraltar but RBS have a phone text
system to recover your account when they do that .....
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A. non Eyemouse
2018-02-13 20:02:47 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
Post by Brian Reay
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from  a site  qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
 http://www.hikeshop.top
   I get the message.
   Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
 Loosely translated  it means "Controlled risk interception"
 I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just
due to timeouts.
 Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.
 Brian
A bit odd, I do it quite often- both debit and credit cards. A one
time they used to like a 'heads up' if you were planning on using it
aboard but, at least in Europe, even that has stopped. You could try
telling then you use it aboard, that may help.
I had problems with my credit card on holidays in the USA ,especially
when chip and pin was introduced. My bank seems to like a "heads up"
certainly on my last trip about 3 years ago, when they blocked my card.
Ok they'd sent me letter to my house, but that wasn't much use.  A phone
call fixed it.
Brian
C&P is being slowly rolled out in the US but the magnetic strip is still
in common use. In contrast, the Canadians are way ahead, they had C&P 10
years ago.

ATM fees and cash-back at the checkout fees are the one to watch out for
though.
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AndyW
2018-02-14 07:54:27 UTC
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A bit odd, I do it quite often- both debit and credit cards. A one time
they used to like a 'heads up' if you were planning on using it aboard
but, at least in Europe, even that has stopped. You could try telling
then you use it aboard, that may help.
Yeah, because that works.
Despite telling the bank that I was going to India and that there would
be a large amount of charges from India they stopped my card when there
were charges from India citing unusual spending patterns and unexpected
purchases.
Putting a block on is instant but taking it off requires a load of
security questions and the use of a card reader.... like I take that on
holiday, or can you pop into a branch and we can sort it out face to
face?.... like there are loads of RBS branches in Bombay.

All apparently done for my safety and convenience.

Andy
Brian Reay
2018-02-14 08:33:12 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
A bit odd, I do it quite often- both debit and credit cards. A one
time they used to like a 'heads up' if you were planning on using it
aboard but, at least in Europe, even that has stopped. You could try
telling then you use it aboard, that may help.
Yeah, because that works.
Despite telling the bank that I was going to India and that there would
be a large amount of charges from India they stopped my card when there
were charges from India citing unusual spending patterns and unexpected
purchases.
Putting a block on is instant but taking it off requires a load of
security questions and the use of a card reader.... like I take that on
holiday, or can you pop into a branch and we can sort it out face to
face?.... like there are loads of RBS branches in Bombay.
All apparently done for my safety and convenience.
Andy
Obviously it didn't work for you, on one trip, in India. I've never had
a issue in decades of travelling.
--
Suspect someone is claiming a benefit under false pretences? Incapacity
Benefit or Personal Independence Payment when they don't need it? They
are depriving those in real need!

https://www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
Roger Hayter
2018-02-14 10:42:37 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
A bit odd, I do it quite often- both debit and credit cards. A one time
they used to like a 'heads up' if you were planning on using it aboard
but, at least in Europe, even that has stopped. You could try telling
then you use it aboard, that may help.
Yeah, because that works.
Despite telling the bank that I was going to India and that there would
be a large amount of charges from India they stopped my card when there
were charges from India citing unusual spending patterns and unexpected
purchases.
Putting a block on is instant but taking it off requires a load of
security questions and the use of a card reader.... like I take that on
holiday, or can you pop into a branch and we can sort it out face to
face?.... like there are loads of RBS branches in Bombay.
All apparently done for my safety and convenience.
Andy
And, obviously, *their* employer's financial security is the last thing
on their mind! It's all for your own good.
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-13 18:00:32 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from  a site  qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
 http://www.hikeshop.top
   I get the message.
   Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
 Loosely translated  it means "Controlled risk interception"
 I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just due
to timeouts.
Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.
Brian
banks know the dodgy people....tee hee
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Brian Howie
2018-02-13 18:46:01 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
Post by Brian Reay
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from  a site  qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
 http://www.hikeshop.top
   I get the message.
   Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L’interception du
risque contrôlé "
 Loosely translated  it means "Controlled risk interception"
 I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just due
to timeouts.
Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.
Brian
banks know the dodgy people....tee hee
When I was treasurer of the radio club, the bank virtually accused me of
money laundering , when I brought in wads of cash made at the junk
sales.

Brian
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-14 07:08:40 UTC
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Post by Brian Reay
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from a site qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
http://www.hikeshop.top
I get the message.
Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L'interception du
risque contrôlé "
Loosely translated it means "Controlled risk interception"
I take it means the stie is dodgy.
May be not. The payment has been declined but it may be due just a
failure in your card verifying- I'm not suggesting there is anything
wrong with your card but 'gliches' aren't unknown- sometimes just due
to timeouts.
Bank was a bit sniffy about using a Debit Card for an overseas payment.
Brian
banks know the dodgy people....tee hee
When I was treasurer of the radio club, the bank virtually accused me of
money laundering , when I brought in wads of cash made at the junk sales.
Brian
They wouldn't these days ......
AndyW
2018-02-14 08:00:46 UTC
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When I was treasurer of the radio club, the bank virtually accused me of
money laundering , when I brought in wads of cash made at the junk sales.
I recently had to deal with this. My mother is in her late 80s and just
about trusts cheques after decades of use but cash is still king.
I now handle her finances and pay all her bills, utilities, insurances
etc. I pay them and she pays me in cash.
I have regular amounts of money going into my bank account as cash to
cover the regular outgoings and occasional purchases.

On depositing some money I was stopped and asked into a room to explain
why. It was a simple matter to explain and point out the money going out
to certain utilities etc matched that coming in but they have asked me
in for a chat on a few occasions.

Regular cash deposits is apparently a sign of someone dodging tax.

Andy
Spike
2018-02-14 09:28:50 UTC
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On depositing some money I was stopped and asked into a room to explain
why. It was a simple matter to explain and point out the money going out
to certain utilities etc matched that coming in but they have asked me
in for a chat on a few occasions.
Regular cash deposits is apparently a sign of someone dodging tax.
That's rich, IYSWIM, coming from a bank. Banks in general dodge as much
tax as they can, but I assume that beating the ordinary person into the
ground over a fistful of fivers neatly deflects attention away from the
bank's own modus.
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Jim GM4DHJ ...
2018-02-14 09:58:16 UTC
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Post by AndyW
On depositing some money I was stopped and asked into a room to
explain why. It was a simple matter to explain and point out the money
going out to certain utilities etc matched that coming in but they
have asked me in for a chat on a few occasions.
Regular cash deposits is apparently a sign of someone dodging tax.
That's rich, IYSWIM, coming from a bank. Banks in general dodge as much
tax as they can, but I assume that beating the ordinary person into the
ground over a fistful of fivers neatly deflects attention away from the
bank's own modus.
I think being a cash and barter man helps you keep their big noses out
of your affairs .......
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Roger Hayter
2018-02-12 23:21:14 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from a site qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
http://www.hikeshop.top
I get the message.
Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L'interception du
risque contrôlé "
Loosely translated it means "Controlled risk interception"
I take it means the stie is dodgy.
Anyone seen this before ?
Brian
I suspect it means your credit card failed a check. This may merely
mean that they identified it as from perfidious Albion.[1]

[1] you may protest that you aren't in Albion ...
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Roger Hayter
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2018-02-13 01:40:03 UTC
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Post by Brian Howie
I'm trying to buy an electronic component from a site qui parle
francais seuelment and tried two differnent payment cards .
http://www.hikeshop.top
I get the message.
Désolé, le paiement est échec, la raison est 'L'interception du
risque contrôlé "
Loosely translated it means "Controlled risk interception"
I take it means the stie is dodgy.
Anyone seen this before ?
Brian
I suspect it means your credit card failed a check. This may merely
mean that they identified it as from perfidious Albion.[1]
[1] you may protest that you aren't in Albion ...
He is in Alba, though. :-)
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