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Heads up: Rolling out 3D Secure Payment 2.0

Started by: annesolano
On: 23/07/2019 | 16:56
Replies: 37
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by: tired16
on: 27/07/2019 | 16:28

That's good to hear @annesolano - thanks for letting us know. Smiley Happy

 

As technology advances and fraudsters become more cunning in their ways, it's important that security is taken very seriously. 

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Message 31 of 38
by: chand311
on: 27/07/2019 | 22:53

That's great news @annesolano, will bring some more security. 

Message 33 of 38
by: figment_uk
on: 28/07/2019 | 10:11 edited: 28/07/2019 | 10:12

Information about Directive (EU) 2015/2366 on payment services including date of entry into force and a link to the summary can be found here: 
https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/payment-services-psd-2-directive-eu-2015-2366/law-details_en

 

The directive came into force in January 2016, was incorporated into national law in January 2018 and applies from 14 September 2019.

 

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Message 34 of 38
by: lyngaw
on: 30/07/2019 | 09:56
Thankyou for update makes buying online a lot more secure
Message 35 of 38
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by: steveg10
on: 31/07/2019 | 11:52
Yes, great idea to link a specific mobile number to all buying, then every number becomes a risk. Was verify by visa not good enough? Where is the security on a mobile phone where you don't even have access to the operating system? Oh no I forgot this is so "they" can keep you secure...
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by: jason1973tess
on: 19/08/2019 | 02:15

don/t forget about post scams somthing been posted and then some one coming and saying its the rong address if at as your house number or name if someone comes just tell them your have calld the police. then watch the moad runner......

Message 37 of 38
by: annesolano
handy giff-staffer

on: 19/08/2019 | 11:11
That's correct, the card issuer will ask for a more secure way to authenticate but the giffgaff end of the process will remain more or less the same.
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