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post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
I was just wondering if anyone has paid w/ credit card over the phone for delivery? The reason I ask that, is because I did last night & when the delivery guy got to the house, he asked for my c.c. because they needed an imprint of it. They put it under the carbon copy and used a quarter over it. I didn't think of it right away, but then I told hubby & he thought that was suspicious, so I called Pizza Hut & I was told they do this to everyone to verify that the card is not stolen. I am still going to keep an eye on my c.c. transactions for the next few days to make sure.
post #2 of 15
I have paid with a CC for a little Chinese place for delivery, but they just enter the CC# in the little printout machine and I just have to sign like I would in the restaurant. Actually, thinking about it they have never even checked my CC, so they would never know if it was stolen as long as the transaction cleared.

Maybe what you could do is call a different Pizza Hut store and see if they do that, too. I agree, though, keep an eye on your transactions.
post #3 of 15
I've had that same thing done by the Dominos delivery guy. Ever since I got my Pampered Chef oven stone, I haven't ordered a single pizza. I make my own!
post #4 of 15
Thread Starter 
I called another Pizza Hut, and all of them do that, because of credit card & check fraud. I guess if the card does not match up to the name/#/signature on the card, the girl said they turn those people in. Good suggestion, Valanb! Thanks!
post #5 of 15
OOOHHHH Deb, your pampered chef oven stone!?!?!! Do tell us more...What yummy things have you used it for? Is it really a flat stone?
post #6 of 15
Self-made pizzas are the best ones!
I usually make pan pizzas with lots of cheese, olives, pepperoni, tunafish and peach!I AM HUNGRY!!
post #7 of 15
The Pampered Chef round stone is the absolute BEST for making pizza! I have one and I use it all the time. All of their baking stones are great...I use them for everything! I love all Papmered Chef stuff...I am a kitchen gadget freak!
post #8 of 15
Tuan fish and peaches on pizza???
post #9 of 15
OH YES!I mean those canned ones!Not fresh!
And shrimps too!...GOOD...
post #10 of 15
Human food?

Cat Food?
post #11 of 15
Are peaches cat food?In this part of the world tuna is popular in pizza!Here we have canned tuna for humans, you know.The fresh ones are swimming far away....Fresh Salmon is available here everywhere, though. Whats your favorite pizza like?
post #12 of 15
Pizza Hut Pizza's

Pepperoni Lover's . Loaded with extra pepperoni and extra cheese for more than one pepperoni in each bite.

Veggie Lover's . Fresh mushrooms, red onions, green peppers, tomatoes, and black olives.

Cheese Lover's Plus . A massive melted layer of 100% real cheese topped with any two of your favorite toppings.

Sausage Lover's . Chunky Italian sausage and savory pork toppings piled high.

SUPREME . Our signature blend of six tasty toppings: pepperoni, beef and pork toppings, fresh mushrooms, red onions and green peppers.

CHICKEN SUPREME . Tender chunks of grilled chicken breast with fresh mushrooms, red onions and green peppers.

Pizza Hut Crusts:

Pan Pizza: America's favorite thick crust pizza - crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside.

Stuffed Crust: With a ring of delicious cheese baked in the crust, it's the pizza you have to eat backwards. (Available in large only.)

New Yorker: 30% larger than our large. The Big New Yorker has 8 slices so big, you gotta fold'em to eat'em.

Thin n' Chrispy: Just enough crispy crust to get a mouthful of toppings in every bite.

The All NEW Chicago Deep Dish:

Ohhh.. is it lunch time yet?!?!
post #13 of 15
Aagggghhhhhh...p i z z a....:homer:
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post #15 of 15
Lhezzza, the pizza expert! I´d take that chicken supreme!
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