Finance pros choose chip-and-PIN in fight against fraud

A survey found that 92 percent of finance professionals believe strongly that chip-and-PIN EMV cards, as opposed to chip-and-signature, will effectively reduce point-of-sale fraud. The survey conducted by the Association for Financial Professionals also indicates that 61 percent of respondents said chip-and-PIN is the most effective authentication method for diminishing credit/debit card payment fraud. Story

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