As has been mentioned, the protection for purchasers using a debit card is not
so favourable as for those using a credit card under certain circumstances.
In addition, if banks embrace this technology for credit cards, isn't it likely
that they will want to apply it to debit cards too?
In my view the solution must involve talking to the financial institutions at
an early stage.
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Sent: 08 October 2016 20:28
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Credit card with changing security code
Debit card is your answer.
On 8 Oct 2016, at 09:16, CJ &AA MAY <chrisalismay@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I can’t imagine how you survive with a credit card. How would you purchase
anything online for a start?
I believe there will come a time when notes and coins will no longer exist
and all purchases will be debited from your bank account. We’re almost there
in fact as many supermarkets will no longer accept cheques and we can now use
our phones to pay for such things as bus or underground tickets.
Mind you, if this day did ever come, it would hit charities hard as there
would be no more street collections!