[access-uk] Re: Fw: Disabled People and Chip and Pin


Hi Justin

I generally ask if the cashier will let me know when I have to put my pin number in the machine, sometimes if there is enough light and I am at good angle to let me get enough light on the screen I can see when the sign comes on the screen to put it in, but I have never had any problems when the cashier has been asked to tell me.

Tony

----- Original Message ----- From: "Justin R" <mypc128@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, March 26, 2006 6:39 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Fw: Disabled People and Chip and Pin




Thanks for the info there Derek.

Just one question to you and, all of you really. How would you all know when to enter you're pin number in after putting in your card?

I came unstuck with this when I was put onto chip and pin. I'd put my card in and, after a long pause, the cashier would say "you can put you're pin number in now" in a the sort "why haven't you done that already voice". In another instance, I'd put in my pin after inserting the card to be told that, the machine wasn't ready. I'd have to start from scratch. I suspect the screen tells a customer when it is time to type in the pin.

Not really accessible to me when I've been making mistakes like that. That's why I've gone chip and signiture. Well, I gave chip and pin ago at least.

I suspect that's the trouble with being partially sighted. I don't like dealing with things i can't see.

Justin


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