There’s a way to scam Apple Pay and identity thieves are starting to use it
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There’s a way to scam Apple Pay and identity thieves are starting to use it

Instead of breaking Apple Pay’s built-in security, identity thieves are taking advantage of lax rules for card activation from banks.

Source: mashable.com

The poor security thinking of banks is most worrisome. Especially after the hacks of retailers like Target and HomeDepot where millions of credit card numbers and other private data was stolen. You could think that banks should be the strongest link in the chain of a payment system, not the weakest.

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There’s a way to scam Apple Pay and identity thieves are starting to use it