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Can credit card companies track your location if you log onto their websites?

If you log onto a computer to access a delinquent credit card acount, can and will companies track your location from the computer you have used?

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4 Responses to “Can credit card companies track your location if you log onto their websites?”

  1. Anonymous said:

    I dont think they would go as far as “tracing your IP address” – if you signed onto the account

  2. Ashly said:

    they probably could.. if they really wanted to.
    but i seriously doubt that just because you logged on to a delinquent account, that they’d track you down.
    UNLESS
    you were in debt like 50 million dollars and they’re already trying to track you down.
    just think abotu how many people are delinquent nowadays… banks cant afford to hire that many people to track them all down.

  3. David M said:

    They have other ways to find you. Unless you go completely underground, live off the land and have no real job, they can and will find you.

  4. Kallis said:

    By my opinion credit card company will not track your location if the matter is not serious




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