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    UK banks warn against storing multiple fingerprints on iPhones

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    UK banks have reportedly warned Apple Pay users that if they store other people’s fingerprints on their iPhones, they will be treated as if they have failed to keep their personal details safe. “This means the bank can decline to refund disputed transactions or refuse to help where customers claim they have been victims of fraud,”  The Telegraph reports. “This is because Touch ID works to unlock phones as well as authorise payments through Apple Pay.”

    Filed by Email Rian Boden nfcworld.com Published • Last updated 6 November 2015, 16:12

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