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LONDON — London-based online bank Paddy Power wants to start a “no cash transaction” policy across its UK payment networks.

“We’re looking to tar바카라 게임get people who think that because they’re taking deposits or withdrawing their money that they should be able to spend it,” said Tim McInerney, the chief executive at London’s flagship online bank Paddy Power.

Paddy Power says it is currently one of only 15 UK banks with no cash transaction policy but McInerney said the change could help it to reduce the amount of unravelling transactions it has인터넷 바카라 to handle in the UK’s cashless financial system.

Paddy Power says it will introduce no cash transaction across its payment systems within a year to stop customers getting ripped off by unscrupulous firms that charge fees without being required to open a bank account or to send a payment.

McInerney also said that his company has plans to allow people to make cash transactions electronically through an app. “The other big thing to think about is you can’t just get an account, you have to provide all the information, then we’ll do a transaction from there,” he said.

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There were two major payments failure incidents in the U.S. last year. Last October, U.S. First Bank of Chicago said it had suspended banking operations for five months after it paid a large fine to settle charges of mismanagement at two of its branches. The Federal Reserve had previously estimated that credit card payment activity in the United States declined by 14% last year.

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According to the latest financial statements, U.S. banks with $9.5 trillion in assets paid about $16 billion in fines, a $2.2 billion reduction from the previous year. The $17.5 billion settlement will be used to reduce fines at eight U.S. banks and a third, TD Bank in Illinois, will be reimbursed through its existing consumer settlement program.

This is more than 10% of the $10.1 billion agreed to last year, the Federal Reserve said in its annual settlement.