Most of the credit and debit card fraud in Europe can be pinpointed to criminal transactions in the US, a police report has said. EU police service Europol said that the European Union had invested heavily in the 3-D secure protocol, offered by Visa as Verified by Visa and by MasterCard as Mastercard SecureCode, as well as on …
Sure that those dastardly Iranians -
or perhaps the Chinese - rather than the good, upstanding residents of the US of A , don't lie behind these outrages as well ?...
I reckon it is the US Treasury with support from US military and US intelligence services as a means to repair US economy and pay at least a little of the trillions of debt US owes to China, Brazil, ...
Note to emerging nations: please do not get entrenched into maintaining huge government funded bureaucracies. I mean look what happened to former soviet empire, is happening to most of EU and UK, ...
Banks will try and take the proverbial
I had £550 of Ryan Air flights go out of my account.
The bank told me as it was chip and pin they would not refund it.
I phoned them up and offered to send them instructions of how to commit fraud on a chip and pin card (I was just going to send links to 3 ro 4 Reg articles) and they instantly backed down and refunded me, without me even having to send the links.
The sad thing is they know they are liable, and tat in many/most cases the customer is not as fault but they will still try it on and although us geeks will know to not accept it I fear many other people will just accept it and end up paying for it themselves.
The banks should be forced to be more fair, and not just be allowed to take advantage of peoples ignorance in these matters.
I felt sure it would be in the article but it wasn't so:
when all's done we have got
chip & pin
and they have not
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