ATMs to terminate transaction not captured on camera

ATMs to terminate transaction not captured on camera

In the latest guideline on Automated Teller Machine, released by the Central Bank of Nigeria, it is said that transaction not captured on camera will be terminated by the machine.

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According to the guideline: “Every ATM shall have cameras, which shall view and record all persons using the machines and every activity at the ATM, including but not limited to card insertion, transaction selection, cash withdrawal, card taking, etc.

“However, such cameras should not be able to record the key strokes of customers using the ATM. Where a surveillance camera is used, it should be kept secret to avoid illegal removal or damage or compromise.

“Where the user of an ATM blocks his image for camera capture, the ATM shall be capable of aborting the transaction.”

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