EMV's Expensive. But Denials Abroad are an Even More Sour Tune

Wolfe, Daniel
March 2010
Bank Technology News;Mar2010, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p13
Trade Publication
The article discusses the EMV card users complaining about their cards getting rejected overseas. While JPMorgan Chase has no plans to issue the International Dollar Card or any other EMV credit card, Gemalto announces its World Traveler program in helping banks to evaluate the costs and potential returns of offering EMV cards. It will also help the banks support the cards by enabling the issuers to send customers a pin reminder through text messages.


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