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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 22-05-2020, 14:22 Thread Starter
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I can't be bothered with passwords on any PC, laptop, tablet or phone. OK if one day something gets lost or stolen I might regret. But thats another reason I don't do any financial anything on portable electronics.
As and when my new phone arrives it has finger and face recognition but these will be turned off immediately.

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That's a good point! I have a current account and use my ipad to log in with the finger print. I wonder if I use to set up a tesco loggin? Probably too late now as I have a username, unique number and password already registered with them.
You can still use Finger Print. All my accounts were set up on a PC first. If I remember rightly you just use the current information when you download the app. Haven't used Tesco but assume its the same for all the banking apps.
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I can't be bothered with passwords on any PC, laptop, tablet or phone. OK if one day something gets lost or stolen I might regret. But thats another reason I don't do any financial anything on portable electronics.
As and when my new phone arrives it has finger and face recognition but these will be turned off immediately.

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I wouldn't use my phone for financial transactions but I'm reasonably happy with my iPad with Finger Print recognition.

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I use two stage authentication on every site where it's an option (or requirement obviously). On many sites (e.g. Amazon) it allows me to select to not require it again on the same device which I find useful. I generally prefer a text message for authentication but happy to use an authenticator app (google usually) if for some reason a text isn't possible. Fortunately more and more sites are using fingerprint ID now which makes it much easier - I do most of my banking through my phone and it couldn't be easier with fingerprint log-on.

I'm all in favour of it if it reduces the chances of some low-life hacking into an account of mine - be it banking or shopping or anything else.
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Does anyone bank with Tesco bank? We have a credit card with them and I have tried and tried to manage it online but I am going to close it. Just can't get through the security checks.
I have a Tesco CC pat n use the banking app on the phone no bother.
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Just had to get a code to pay a €7.50 bill to the hospital. Crackers.

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Just had to get a code to pay a €7.50 bill to the hospital. Crackers.
Console yourself Ray that in days gone by you may have had to write out something called a cheque and then put it in an envelope with a remittance advice. Then of course a stamp on the envelope and a trip to a post box!
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Yes Peter, some redeeming points.
But I am rarely glued to the phone, well not that one always.

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We are finding the authentication with our bank here a right pain as there is quite often a delay to actually receiving the text number so that when you try to insert it the site tells you that due to the delay the security window has timed out.
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Yes GG, still many logistical factors can interfere with this facility. At times my wife will be out with the phone or it's not in the office where I access financial sites.

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