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Jaytea
27-09-2006, 04:57 PM
i just collected mine.

i don't understand why RHB has to issue out this separate card, other than the obvious reason of creating revenue. They charged me RM10 for this card.

are there any other reasons [other than the money making venture] to not use a mail, or those like salary slip envelopes to put the digits.

or

why the necessity for the 2nd set of digit access? maybank and bcb doesn't do it.

kelvinwkw
27-09-2006, 05:53 PM
Actually its act as a extra security feature to secure your money in bank.

Only the person with the card are allowed to do transaction with the amount of money thru internet. Else whoever who know your password pin (6 digits) if im not wrong can spending your money.

ahtal68
28-09-2006, 01:08 AM
HSBC has the security device which displays a set of random numbers that you have to enter once you log on to the online banking.
It was given free for all account holders ( I think) who had already registered into their online banking system for a certain period of time.
I collected mine for free, my friend though didn't bother but later had to get it because she couldn't log on without it. So she had to pay RM30 to have delivered to her home.

newbies
12-10-2006, 02:10 PM
these banks are getting nonsense by days,....wonder what kind of gadget are they coming up with next?....

burntan
12-10-2006, 02:26 PM
these banks are getting nonsense by days,....wonder what kind of gadget are they coming up with next?....

When your account being hacked and loss all your saving then you won't say like that...

burntan
12-10-2006, 02:31 PM
I would say RHB dot com card is the right move and it does make its internet banking the most safe system.

Maybank2u use TAC, but the TAC can be reuse within an hour for the next fund transfer that make it vulnerable to trojan attack.

CIMB (formerly BCB) is the worst, no protection at all other then the login password.

clfoo
12-10-2006, 03:26 PM
CIMB (formerly BCB) is the worst, no protection at all other then the login password.

admit that they r slow and mistake prone .. but they do introduce similar security like MB2U now .. i just registered my hp# with their atm recently ..

xweird
12-10-2006, 03:34 PM
Actually all this TAC and security card is the requirement from Bank Negara. Due to some politiking, only Maybank was allowed to start their online banking in M'sia initially.

Only now the other banks are asked to follow suit with all these security features.

burntan
12-10-2006, 04:20 PM
admit that they r slow and mistake prone .. but they do introduce similar security like MB2U now .. i just registered my hp# with their atm recently ..

Great! So, when will it start? I mean when will it compulsory need 2nd authentication for fund transfer?

Currently I don't have confident on payment coming from CIMB bank transfer....