This is just bad payments . I never save my card details anywhere. Being forced to do so is not cool.

Using words like "fast payment experience" and "secure vault" actually makes me trust the brand less, not more. It sounds like veiled PR-speak and buzzwords. How do I know it's a secure vault?

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@celia Because the server they store the data on is behind a large {solid metal} door with a big spinny-wheel latch mechanism. The door is used as a heat sink, and alternately to supply power to the UPS and transmit Ethernet frames to and from the switch.

If you want to see what data they're keeping in the vault, it's served at a public IPv4 address on HTTP port 80. You might have to enable JavaScript to get past the Cloudflare caching layer.

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