EZier Cash-Free Transactions: Speeding Up RFID

Krebsbach, Karen
July 2003
Bank Technology News;Jul2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p27
Trade Publication
Reports that banks are experimenting with radio frequency identification systems to create passes linked to a customer's prepaid, debit- or credit-card account. Cash-free transactions; Incentive for banks.


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