telephone banking


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telephone banking

n
(Banking & Finance) a facility enabling customers to make use of banking services, such as oral payment instructions, account movements, raising loans, etc, over the telephone rather than by personal visit
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Barclays has today announced that it is introducing voice security technology to all customers, meaning its telephone banking service will be easier to use and more secure than ever.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 2, 2016-Barclays launches voice security for telephone banking
Barclays' telephone banking service will create a digital profile of customers' voices - like a unique fingerprint - over the course of around three phone calls.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-August 2, 2016-Barclays launches voice security for telephone banking
Tens of thousands of the banks' customers complained of a second outage of online, mobile, and telephone banking at the banks in two months.
ONLINE and telephone banking fraud is soaring as more and more customers are tricked into handing over their personal and financial information.
The warning came as new figures showed a jump in losses due to card identity theft as well as online and telephone banking fraud.
Norwegian IT group EDB Business Partner ASA said on Tuesday (31 January) that the use of minibanks and telephone banking in Norway had fallen for first time ever.
Self-Service: speech-enabled traditional IVR applications such as telephone banking and order entry-status.
Giro, which was launched by Harold Wilson's Labour Government in the 1960s, invented telephone banking way back in 1970.

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