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Credit Cards of Steven Nolan are Hacked being on Air

 

When BBC talks show hostStephen Nolan we live on television, he interrupted the Wednesday night show and reveled the incidence of hack of his credit cards. The weird happening took place exactly before the debate segment on the budget of Philip Hammond. Before the debate, the host produced his mobile phone and spoke about the messages that he had been getting about different deals on luxury hotels booking in different places of the globe.

 

The Radio 5Live's top choice is Nolan and he is the presenter of current matter program. "The Stephen Nolan show" that comes on BBC NI. The 44 years old host acquires average salary of £449,000 each year from the Beeb. Subsequently, he also revealed that his cards were being used on hotels in France, Japan and Russia.

 

He included, that the viewers might think that he has been distracted for a few minutes. But he always says that he keeps his mobile phone on all the time even during the show. Then he added that he is receiving messages from his credit card companies stating that he is presently using his cards in three different luxurious hotels in three different countries (Japan Russia and France). So, during the taping, he was trying to stop further transactions from his cards.

 

Everything was happening on live TV and NIPSA trade union'sBumper Graham one of the guests, joked "you can afford it Stephen?" Then he requested to wrap up the show fast or else he will be skint. The video of this clipping was uploaded tobelfasttelegraph.co.uk and that is on Nov 23rd, 2017.

 

The Belfast Telegraph announced that in 2014, Nolan had lost £20000 in a credit card hack incident. His friends told that he was asked to join a rival channel and they will offer him £1 million.

 

Stephen admitted that, the fact which was reported by the Belfast Telegraph was true. He said that, he was offered a contract from different broadcaster, but he will stick with the BBC.He said he will not leave BBC because the BBC has prepared an efficient team behind him.

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