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Home News Catch-Up ATM Technology Chip-based cards will cut the risk of fraud when you go shopping - Business Standard
Chip-based cards will cut the risk of fraud when you go shopping - Business Standard
Wednesday, 08 June 2011 11:50

Business Standard

Chip-based cards will cut the risk of fraud when you go shopping
Business Standard
The RBI panel has also suggested that an alternative to PIN, which is used for ATM for cash withdrawals, could be a biometric verification, using data from the Unique Identification Authority of India's 'Aadhar' number.

 

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