While speaking at the 2017 annual retreat of the Nigeria Electronic Fraud Forum (NeFF) in Ibadan during the weekend Dipo Fatokun, chairman, Nigeria Electronic Fraud Forum (NeFF) and CBN director of banking and payment system, said that biometrics will soon be used for transactions in replacement for pin codes are currently being used on the automated teller machine (ATM).
According to TheCable, Fatokun said the introduction of biometrics would help in the fight against electronic fraud.
He said sharing ATM pin codes with a third party is against the policy of banking sector but could not be avoided in some circumstances especially in situations where the account owner is not literate or incapacitated.
“Your pin and account details are not supposed to be disclosed to third person but as you rightly said, we have some people who are not literate or incapacitated and that makes them to disclosing their details to third party,” he said.
“What we are canvassing is that in a time soon to come, with the BVN in place, biometrics will be used for transactions on ATM.
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