How long did it take for even one High Street bank to roll out talking
cash machines? Years after the technology existed. The implications
for the disabled and elderly will be, as always, an afterthought.
On 09/10/2016 10:07, Tony Cretney wrote:
Suppose the retailer wouldn't have any problems with the security code since
whatever code the card was showing at any time would be correct at that
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Subject: [access-uk] Re: Credit card with changing security code
Yes, a bit scary. I wonder what the cost of producing such cards would be
and whether the cost would outweigh what is lost via fraud.
I can see that the technology to change the number within the card wouldn't
be too problematic but I'm wondering how the retailer would know if that is
the correct security number.