Pizza fraudsters take a slice of your credit

Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 12:59 PM EST

If you're thinking about ordering a pizza for dinner tonight, you'll definitely want to think twice if the pizza place insists that you pay by credit card.

That's because an AT&T official fired off an internal memo the other day warning of a scam being perpetrated on California consumers, pizza restaurants and the telecom giant itself. (A copy of the memo has made its way to my hands.)

At SFGate.

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