Santa Clara, Calif., Aug. 17 (Korea Bizwire) — US mainstream media is reporting on a FBI warning to banks of an impending cybercrime wave targeting ATMs in which thieves seek to steal millions of dollars by using cloned cards for fraudulent withdrawals. Ondot, the global leader in mobile payments services, provides consumers a simple protection with mobile-based card controls that can restrict ATM transactions without completely shutting off the card for legitimate needs.
Ondot’s mobile controls can give consumers the ability to restrict transactions specifically for ATMs while leaving their cards active for in-person purchases, eCommerce, and other purchases. By locking the account’s use at an ATM, consumers can work with their financial institution to ensure other security best practices are in place while knowing that even a spoofed card will be unable to withdraw cash. If emergency cash is needed, users can momentarily enable ATM withdrawals, withdraw the funds, and then immediately disable ATM transaction again. Every transaction triggers an immediate alert to users, thereby providing instant visibility and peace of mind.
“Ondot powers the card control applications for more than 3,500 financial institutions, enabling millions of consumers an additional layer of protection to ensure that they are not victimized by ATM heists,” said Gary Singh, Vice President of Marketing for Ondot.
About Ondot Systems
Ondot Systems is the global leader in powering mobile payment services, serving over 3,500 financial institutions across four continents. The company’s real-time platform, built upon an API based services-oriented architecture, gives financial institutions a competitive edge by increasing mobile engagement and empowering their customers to personalize, manage and control how payments are made in today’s world of always-on digital commerce, resulting in higher usage of payment instruments while lowering fraud incidents. To learn how Ondot is shaping the future of payments, visit www.ondotsystems.com.
Source: Ondot Systems via GLOBE NEWSWIRE