@email@example.com or at least the banks need to roll things out faster http://www.inquisitr.com/1966125/new-credit-card-technology-with-constantly-changing-cvv-code-could-help-combat-fraud/
nice comic .. I was saying pretty much the same thing when I first heard of credit cards back in the 1970s and I was only a kid back then.. its an obvious problem that always made me nervous about using credit cards, (or debit cards or anything else that has that same problem) I always said that to buy something you should only need to authorize a transaction for a fixed, agreed amount (the price of what you are buying)
no need to give any strangers unrestricted access to a bank account!
also if ALL parties involved in the transaction (ie buyer, seller and their banks) have to verify a transaction before it happens thats already a few verifications .. tokens could be opaque to anyone outside the transaction and totally useless to thieves.
is that too sensible for this crazy world?