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Samsung Pay works at Target

netboy

May 17, 2016, 2:39 PM
i have used it and it works !
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Lena

May 17, 2016, 3:48 PM
Is that by swipe to simulate a magnetic strip on a credit card, or tap and pay?
The last time we used a non-Target credit card at Target, we got hit with a bogus $750 online charge.
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Versed

May 17, 2016, 4:49 PM
Problem is, the CC companies and retailers in the US are resisting chips in cards and the machines that use them. Just got a new CC today and no chip. This is not cutting edge tech. It's used all over the planet. You and others being nailed by fraud is the fault of Target and the CC companies that aren't using this tech.

Only way to get them to put chips in cards, is not only have these companies to eat those charges, but to fine them per occurrence and to give each cardholder 10% of the fraudulent charge as a credit on that card, and as far as those who commit these crimes, minimal 5 to 10 year prison sentences. You will see new machines and cards in all locations inside of 30 days. Of course this won't 100% solve the problem, b...
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msteven3

May 18, 2016, 4:24 PM
A credit card without a chip? I've only got one of those left, and it's a debit card I never use. In terms of liability, the rules changed last October. Now, whichever entity (card issuers or merchants) that don't support the EMV chip must eat the charges. Not sure how it would work if neither did.

Target, which, as you may recall, got hit with a huge data breach, has done a complete 180. Their credit and debit cards are now chip-and-PIN, and they've completely eliminated the mag stripe, so you have no choice but to use the chip. The card readers at the stores all support both chips and mag stripes, for those customers who don't yet have chip cards.

Interestingly, the first place I used my new chip card last year was in Aruba. T...
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Tofuchong

May 18, 2016, 10:01 AM
This is pretty hilarious. Here in Canada, we have been using chip cards for at least 10 - 12 years, and now, all new debit / credit cards have tap capability up to a $100.00 purchase. It's standard here, all businesses / restaurants accept them, and it's quick and easy. I have personally been using a chip / tap card for at least 10 years and I have never had a fraudulent charge, and I don't personally know anybody that has had one, either.

Time to catch up.
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