Continued: Venmo lies about their priority of privacy

Venmo declined to say why it makes full public disclosure the default setting, but a company spokesperson told CNNMoney that “the safety and privacy of Venmo users and their information is one of our highest priorities.”

Source: A researcher studied a year of public Venmo transactions. Here’s what she learned

That’a a lie, as I showed 5 weeks ago:

Someone entered my email address for their account at Venmo. Month’s ago. Apparently Venmo NEVER VERIFIED the email address. Consequently, I receive their emailed financial transaction correspondence – for several months. Guess their customer never noticed they were not receiving emails? (Or is Google broken and one email address is being delivered to different people? Anything is possible!)

I successfully changed the password on a Venmo account that was not mine.

Never, ever use Venmo for transactions if you care even the slightest about keeping your transactions private.

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