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The card scheme says it's "reviewing options" including one which would force almost all contactless payments 'online'
Andrew Bailey, Financial Conduct Authority chief executive, says it's working to stamp out contactless card fraud
Bank customers who have cancelled a contactless card may no longer have to check statements for signs of fraud
Senior Labour MP Rachel Reeves cited MSE's case study in Parliament
One woman had three cancelled contactless cards used by fraudsters while others have also reported being targeted
Lloyds Banking Group has responded to a request for information from the Financial Conduct Authority
Banks to examine their policies after we revealed lost and stolen cards can be used by crooks months after cancellation
London commuters and visitors can hop on two buses for the price of one for journeys within an hour from today
A leading MP has said banks must do more to protect customers after MSE revealed a major contactless card security flaw
A theft victim discovered crooks using his contactless card EIGHT months later, even though it was cancelled
Shoppers can buy goods costing up to £30 using contactless credit and debit cards from today
You'll need an Oyster card or contactless card to travel on London's buses from Sunday as cash fares are being axed