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  2. Chip Authentication Program - Wikipedia

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    Lloyds Bank; Nationwide; The CAP readers of Barclays, Lloyds Bank, Nationwide, NatWest, Co-operative Bank/Smile and RBS are all compatible. Barclays began issuing CAP readers (called PINsentry) in 2007. Their online-banking website uses the identify mode for login verification and the sign mode for transaction

  3. Churchill Insurance - Wikipedia

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    The company also launched its first e commerce facility, enabling online car and home insurance quotes. In 2000, it acquired the Churchill.com domain name for online activity, and acquired NIG in February 2000, after announcing their intentions to acquire it in December 1999. In February 2002, Churchill bought Prudential's insurance business.

  4. One-time password - Wikipedia

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    In some countries' online banking, the bank sends to the user a numbered list of OTPs that is printed on paper. Other banks send plastic cards with actual OTPs obscured by a layer that the user has to scratch off to reveal a numbered OTP. For every online transaction, the user is required to enter a specific OTP from that list.

  5. National Bank of Canada - Wikipedia

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    The bank suffered losses during the banking crisis sparked by the financial panic of 1873 and panic of 1884 but managed to survive and continued to operate. In the 1930s, during the Great Depression , Banque Nationale again came under financial stress; this time a merger was arranged with Banque d’Hochelaga assisted by the province's ...