[LINK] Bank services
dlochrin at d2.net.au
Thu Jul 5 14:17:45 EST 2007
On Tuesday 03 July 2007 22:55, stephen at melbpc.org.au wrote:
> The Bendigo Bank has a
> combination arrangement "To further protect your e-banking, Bendigo
> Bank provides all customers with the option of Security Tokens. (so to)
> authorise payments to third parties. A Security Token provides a second
> level of authentication for your e-banking, in conjunction with your ID
> and PIN. It's like a key ring with a digital number display .. a button,
> generates a six-digit number .. a different number every 36 seconds." The
> ANZ has zip, but for warnings they won't reimburse for inadequate security
The Commonwealth also provides security tokens and they're free, what's more - I've just enquired. When they were first released the bank was charging for them and, if I remember correctly, only issuing them to certain account holders.
So simple, and yet so effective.
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