Venmo scams: How to use a payment app without getting ripped off

Venmo (and PayPal, Zelle, Apple Pay, and Square Cash) may soon have a little competition from Amazon’s Alexa. CNET reports that biometric software company Daon, which helped MasterCard develop its “pay-by-selfie,” has come up with a way to let people send money using Alexa. Don’t get too excited, though: “It will prevent an annoying friend from yelling … Continue reading “Look out, Venmo: Amazon’s Alexa may soon let you send money to friends” Venmo (and PayPal, Zelle, Apple Pay, and Square Cash) may soon have a little competition from Amazon’s Alexa. CNET reports that biometric software company Daon, which helped MasterCard develop its “pay-by-selfie,” has come up with a way to let people send money using Alexa. Don’t get too excited, though: “It will prevent an annoying friend from yelling to your Echo speaker to send him cash.”Read Full Story

Venmo scams: How to use a payment app without getting ripped off

These apps make paying or selling goods online easy. But they're also ripe for fraud.        

Fri 16 Mar 18 from USA today

Amazon's Alexa could soon let users send money using their voice

Biometric software company Daon has developed a way for users to send money to friends using Alexa. The feature could arrive on Amazon's Alexa in the next nine to 18 months.

Wed 14 Mar 18 from Daily Mail

Get ready to use Amazon's Alexa to send friends money - CNET

Software company Daon has developed a way for you to send money to other people via voice assistant. Banks may adopt the new tech as soon as this year.

Wed 14 Mar 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

Look out, Venmo: Amazon’s Alexa may soon let you send money to friends

Venmo (and PayPal, Zelle, Apple Pay, and Square Cash) may soon have a little competition from Amazon’s Alexa. CNET reports that biometric software company Daon, which helped ...

Wed 14 Mar 18 from Fastcompany Tech

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