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‘I always keep my mobile phone on during the show and there have been three messages popping up from one of my credit cards!’ He went on: ‘Apparently I am currently in three hotels in three different parts of the world. I have actually been going in here and stopping them on a live television show.’ One of his guests promptly quipped: ‘You can afford it Stephen,’ – but he didn’t stop there as he went on to reveal that thanks to the hack he appeared to be staying in hotels in France, Japan and Russia. If it’s a pack of gum at CVS, I swipe without a second thought.
According to the Belfast Telegraph he also fell victim to a credit card scam in 2014 – in which he had £20,000 stolen.
Having your credit card hacked is annoying enough at the best of times – but what if it actually happened to you on live TV?
Well poor old BBC presenter Stephen Nolan had the chance to find out exactly how inconvenient it is when his own card was hacked midway through a show – and he didn’t hesitate to share it with the studio audience.
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