NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SmartMetric, Inc. (OTCQB: SMME) – According to an analytic report just released by Gemini Advisory* at least 60 million US credit/debit cards were compromised last year:
“Based on the proprietary Gemini Advisory telemetry data collected from various dark-web sources over several years, we have determined that in the past 12 months at least 60 million US cards were compromised. Of those, 75% or 45.8 million were CP records, likely compromised through card-sniffing and point-of-sale (POS) breaches of businesses such as Saks, Lord & Taylor, Jason’s Deli, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen, Forever 21, and Whole Foods. To break it down even further, 90% or 41.6 million of those records were EMV chip-enabled.”
In the ongoing battle against credit card fraud SmartMetric a USA based company, has created biometric credit card that is turned on by the card holders’ fingerprint. “Using the power of biometrics, we have created a much higher level of security to the common credit card,” said SmartMetric’s President & CEO, Chaya Hendrick.
SmartMetric holds five issued patents pertaining to its biometric credit/debit card. It is currently being offered to Banks in the United States, Latin America and soon to be released to Banks in Europe.
The SmartMetric biometric card is as thin as a standard credit card with a fully functional fingerprint scanner built inside the card along with a rechargeable battery that allows the card to be used on all card readers including ATM’s.
Follow this link to view the SmartMetric biometric credit card:
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