You recall that all my Petropoints got sucked out of my account. They relayed to 'firstname.lastname@example.org' in Malaysia and then got a $25 Bay web gift certificate.
I thought they hacked somewhere and got my low-level default password. But no, further snooping by this reporter reveals that there has been a 'main system' hack. Apparently, very suspicious people have been walking around trying to redeem points at the local places. They just have a display on their phones and have something like 3 million points.
Petrocanada wants this to be a big secret, so there is no panic. The guy beside me said he had 250,000 points. To be fair, I am assuming that everybody is vulnerable, but maybe pigs can fly, and it's only a few people. Certainly, the support people act like they never heard of it.
The criminals walking around will have a tough time trying to redeem millions of points on potato chips. Watch out for them, they are desperate! :) And check your points.
OMG! I don't think they offer enough money to hire service people. blah...
wow, they can't clear my email from the system, corrupted database probably, couldn't happen to more competent people. /\ (the mountain of sarcasm)