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Re: re:If your Netflix password is the same as your email/bank password

@Anon

Not a fan of card readers for 2FA, easy to leave behind when you need them..

TSB does 2FA in a few different ways,

On my personal account I have a password and some memorable info, I have to enter the password on every access then 3 random characters (decided by TSB) from my memorable info.

To transfer money out of the account I need to set up new recipients, doing this triggers a call to my mobile which confirms with me that it was me setting it up before allowing me to transfer money out.

My business account does the same, with the added rule that after a recipient is added you cannot transfer to them immediately. The business account also requires a code from a card reader to be entered for every transfer to an external account (This is a pain in the arse as I dont carry the card reader with me so cant always make payments when I am away from home)

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