Toms Shoes ATM withdrawals rise for first

ATM withdrawals rise for first time in 4 years

By Vincent RyanAlthough the number of cheques used last year halved compared to 2005 levels they still remained a very significant portion of the payments’ landscape with almost 70m cheques processed in 2013.

The final nail in the coffin of cheques could happen in September on “e Day” when the public sector will move t Toms Shoes o electronic payments as part of the National Payments Plan.

In a positive indicator that consumer spending is rebounding the value of cash dispensed from ATMs increased for the first time in four years rising by 1.5% to 20.4bn in 2013. Irish Banking Federation and Irish Payments’ Service Organisation (Ipso) chief Noel Brett said Toms Shoes t Toms Shoes hat this move will bring the country into a new era of payments.

“The fact there is a clear trend towards greater usage of debit cards as well as a steady decline in cheques is a sign Ireland is embracing a new era in payments and it will further benefit customers, retailers and businesses as the speed and efficiency of payments further improve. One of the major initiatives of the National Payments Plan “e Day” will see the end of cheque usage between the public sector and businesses Toms Shoes from September 19 this year,” he said.

Ipso is predicting that contactless payments and mobile phones as a payment service will become increasingly important features.

Toms Shoes ATM scammers seize more than

ATM scammers seize more than

Arthur Katsogiannis, Commander of the Fraud and Cybercrime Squad, sai Toms Shoes d the criminal group was highly organised and Toms Shoes sophisticated and had already bagged more than $100,000 through the scam.

“This type of crime is the choice of criminals in the Toms Shoes 21st century,” he told reporters in Sydney on Monday.

“With the advent of technology, advancing at an exponential rate, this will be more and more common.”

The skimming devices used by the group are capable of copying card details while a tiny video camera records people entering their Toms Shoes personal identification numbers.

A copy of the card is then created, allowing the group to access the account holders’ funds.

Detective Inspector Matt Craft said the cameras are more sophisticated than what has previously been used by ATM scammers, which were only able to pick up footage from the top of the keypad. Now, they can pick up different angles.

Toms Shoes ATM scam bags more thanArt

ATM scam bags more than

Arthur Katsogiannis, Commander of the Fraud and Cybercrime Squad, said the criminal group was highly organised and sophisticated and had already bagged more than $100,000 through the scam.

“This type of crime is the choice of criminals in the 21st century,” he told reporters in Sydney on Monday.

“With the advent Toms Shoes of technolog Toms Shoes y, advancing at an exponential rate, this will be more and more common.”

The skimming devices used by the group are capable of copying card details while a tiny video camera record Toms Shoes s people entering their personal identification numbers.

A copy of the card is then created, allowing the group to access the account holders’ funds.

Detective Inspector Matt Craft sa Toms Shoes id the cameras are more sophisticated than what has previously been used by ATM scammers, which were only able to pick up footage from the top of the keypad. Now, they can pick up different angles.