Mind your money!!

July 2006
Journal of Scottish Historical Studies;Jul2006, Vol. 26 Issue 1/2, p140
Academic Journal
The article discusses security issues involving bank transactions in Scotland. An incident on the use of a bank account to pay somebody's mobile phone bill is reported. Two of the various attempts had succeeded. Broadcasting of sort code and account number facilitates the possible use by someone paying for items online or by phone, and for which no verifying signature is required.


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