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Saudi citizens and residents in the Kingdom went on bank card-swiping spree in 2013 when they made purchases or withdrew cash from ATM to the tune of a whopping SR802 billion. While ATM withdrawals accounted for SR658.15 billion during the year, the
Once bank accounts are integrated with Emirates ID cards, you won't need to visit a bank to open an account, wait to receive your ATM card by courier and then have to activate the account and card. You will be able to complete these procedures online,
Photo Galleries Thursday, Jan 02, 2014 Abu Dhabi: It will be optional for UAE residents to integrate their bank cards with national ID cards when such a system comes into effect, a top official told Gulf News on Thursday. It will not be mandatory at
East-West Digital News IQcard, a Moscow-based startup offering multifunction bank cards, has raised $3.7 million in a Series B round led by Kenges Rakishev, a prominent businessman from Kazakhstan. The startup's valuation has not been disclosed.
Russian bank whose products are advertised by the "Die Hard" star Bruce Willis , has become fastest growing bank in terms of total loans issued on banking cards in the first half of 2013...We place the highest priority on our credit card business and
A 10-week-old joint venture created by the country's major banks and mobile phone companies, is promising to revolutionise the retail industry by bringing out what could be the world's most unified electronic wallet...The wallet services, called TSM
For example, using the Trub SP-TSM service, bank card issuers and other service providers can instantly provision their cards into customers' NFC mobile devices like Samsung Galaxy S4 operating on the Swisscom network. "Using the Trub service,
25 July 2013 0 View comments A team of conmen tricked elderly victims out of thousands of pounds and dressed as women to evade capture. York and Harrogate by posing as officials from a bank or utility company. Detectives say the suspects were '
21 May 2013 An urgent investigation has been launched into the new generation of contactless bank cards amid fears thousands of shoppers could be hit with phantom charges. Concerns over the security of these cards have been raised by customers of
At one time, when his company launched its No Cash Month campaign in March 2012, he had almost nothing in his wallet apart from his cards. The campaign, an internal one within MasterCard's Asia-Pacific region, attracted a total of 1,000 employees