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Blog from February 2012

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miiCard Announces Referral Promotion Winner


The response to the miiCard referral promotion we ran over the holiday period was fantastic with thousands of people securing a free lifetime miiCard account.

We're pleased to announce Steve Kennedy, Director at DBVu won an iPad for referring the highest number of people to sign up for a miiCard.

We asked Steve if he thought there was a need for proving identities and creating trust online:

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Impact of Digital Identity on Financial Services in 2012, from FinovateEurope

We’re seeing Digital Identity heating up compared to twelve months ago and with Deloitte listing it as their Number #2 tech trend prediction for 2012 we wanted to hear what the experts in Financial Services technology innovation thought about the subject.


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Trust in Online Dating - miiCard Survey Results

Online dating safety is a growing concern with increasing reports of fraud and identity theft occuring through dating sites. Late last year we ran a survey to find out how people put trust in online dating.

Of the couple of hundred that took our survey, half had been involved in online dating for more than six months and 90 per cent were aged between 18 and 35.

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FinTech predictions for 2012 from FinovateEurope

We had a fantastic day at FinovateEurope in London discovering some exciting new technologies and meeting lots of great people driven by innovation to push the boundaries of finance, banking, trading and investments.

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Tip #10 for Identity Protection: Stay Informed

Stay informed with, a service of the National Fraud Authority and the UK’s leading public resource for identity theft updates, prevention tips and recovery assistance. Keeping up-to-date can mean the difference between protecting your identity and finances or becoming an identity thief’s next victim.

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Tip #9 for Identity Protection: Use Card Protection

Use a card protection service to protect your identity and guard against fraud.

You'll have just one place to call if one of your bank accounts or credit cards is compromised. Store their number in your phone, and on the fridge so it’s always close to hand.

Over the next few weeks will be posting some tips to help you protect your identity. Look out for these tips on Twitter and our Facebook page.


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