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FICO Card Alert Service

Compromised card readers at U.S. ATMs are a growing problem in the U.S. according to data from FICO’s Card Alert Service, whose customers are Cirrus (Mastercard), Plus (Visa), and regional networks including Star and Nyce. FICO has been using a predictive analytics engine to fight debit card fraud for more than a decade. Currently, two-thirds of all debit card transactions executed at U.S. ATMs are monitored. FICO uses its data to pinpoint problem terminals and cards. It says compromised ATMs it monitors grew by 8% in 2017. ATM (and POS) terminals are compromised mostly by Bluetooth-enabl...

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