> Making doing business with you inconvenient for me: -10.
9,999 out of 10,000 people will never see anything from the scrubbing. When / if you've purchased things online, have you noticed we're geoip matching against the CC address? Probably not.
For most people, the only time you'll ever notice is when you either get an authorized charge from someone who didn't do anything to confirm
who is using your card, or get a call letting you know that likely fraud was detected.
> I'll buy from the other guy.
I understand that TRENDnet makes zero effort at security, leaving their IP cameras wide open for anyone to watch your home.
I bet they also make no effort to protect your credit card from fraudulent charges, so you may want to shop with them.
For myself, I'm glad that for credit cards, "the other guy" is most likely using the exact same fraud scrubbing system.
As an example, 80% of paid subscription sites use the same scrubbing on the backend, and 40% of paid subscription sites use
the same front end security to make sure it's actually you logging into your account (specifically, they use our system on the front end).