Orange hit with extra fraud as criminals turn to contactless cards

Declan Rurenga
By Declan Rurenga
December 10 2016 - 2:47am
KEEP AN EYE OUT: CSU financial crime lecturer Douglas Allan said contactless cards made shopping easy for consumers and criminals. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

Contactless debit and credit cards have revolutionised shopping but have also opened the door to a higher risk of fraud, with businesses facing a catch-22.


Declan Rurenga

Declan first started covering news in Junee NSW, a decade ago and since had bylines in Wagga Wagga, Orange and Cootamundra. He currently edits Griffith's Area News and Leeton's Irrigator. Got a news tip?

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