At This Point in the Broadcast: Chip Cards

At This Point in the Broadcast: Chip Cards


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    Rome's King

    If you think the chip being in your credit card is a nightmare……just wait until it's in your hand……
    👋😈 Muhahahaaa!!!! 💉RFID

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    Vicky Mc

    Why are americans so against basic security and safety? I get it's a joke, but there's been so much backlase against something to stop having your money stolen.

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    MissDatherinePierce

    You seriously want to tell me the US does not have chip cards as the common standard in 2018? I'm speechless. Even my first debit card 10 years ago had one and I never knew any without them. My bank is now finally updating their cards to be able to use tap and go which I fell in love with when I had to get myself a credit card for my semester abroad. But still, I will never be the biggest fan of cards and stay with my usual cash whenever it is possible.

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    David L.

    I hate them too.. Who needs them? I ran away from them until my old debit card died and I was forced to get a new one with a chip.. Now I have a new worry, buy a new rfid blocking wallet… Yeah, I know, I'm old

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    ScytheNoire

    It's weird how America is always behind the rest of the world when it comes to bank and credit cards.
    Most places have moved on from chip cards to RFID cards.

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    George Chakhidze

    In all seriousness, though, google these: Visa payWave, MasterCard Contactless, American Express' ExpressPay.

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    Cosmin Bebu-Vîjianu

    Actually, in Europe we've been using contactless payments for years for small transactions (up to £30 in the UK) and it takes all of 2 seconds and we can do them either with the card directly or devices linked to the card like a smartphone or smart watch. We also don't get charged to withdraw money at an ATM. US banks are a disgrace to the international banking system.

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    speed0spank

    Europe actually has chip and pin, which does increase security a bit. We have that for debit cards but for credit cards w/ no pin it is kind of redundant.

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    James Zetterman

    I, too, dislike chip cards. The way you have to insert them at the beginning of ATM transactions and cannot remove them until the very last step. This has caused me to leave the card in the machine two times, and I know I'm not the only one who this happens to, because I've found other people's cards in the machine as well.

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    rushil jalnawala

    I’m going to use that arm for nefarious reasons lol hahahaha so funny plus yes chip card annoying as hell we have tap everywhere

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    Tom Boss

    Would be nice if the US would adopt modern technology like chip cards, contact less and ApplePay. I heard that the US used cheques up to this millenium… In combination with cumbersome and expensive transactions, or the refusal of the metric system SI norms and science in big parts of its population, this country is an outlier.

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    stretchchris1

    WTF you just getting chip and pin? Bloody yanks get with it. Bet you don't even have contactless payment at every shop.

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    New Message

    Your mistake was writing it on a plain Pringle.. the camera can read all the… Wait.. Your YouPorn account PW is 'Sticky0Chin'?

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    Larry Guerriero

    if network policy prevents you from broadcasting his comments why doesn't network policy prevent you from repeating his comments?

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    Nefarious Angel

    The chip cards would be useful only if they actually required the PIN for the actual security part, otherwise it is no different than a swipe except that most readers take longer to read a chip vs swipe. Target is the only card I have that allows a PIN and Walgreen's is has the only readers that process the chip as fast as a swipe.

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    minnybri

    As a server in Canada, a swipe card (or one of those bizarre chip cards that still requires a signature) is an INSTANT giveaway that you're American. Because no other country is still using those old things.

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    steve allen

    Does it take effort to be this unfunny or does it come natural?? I'll go with natural because it's EVERY NIGHT WITH THIS GUY. But hey at least you gave us Trump…so at least you did one thing right.

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    Marc Kloosterman

    I'm European and we drown our fries in mayonnaise. Not our dogs. Although I could put it on a hotdog too. Get your hotdogs at IKEA, they will serve with a mayo-like sauce. And mustard. And ketchup. And sprinkle it with fried onions?! Then again, Sweden does not use the Euro currency so they are weird anyway. #MEGA

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    Carloman M

    When politicians talk about "diversity," what they always mean is "fewer White people."
    When they say "Diversity is our greatest strength," what they mean is "White people are our greatest weakness."
    Diversity means chasing down every last White person.
    Diversity is a codeword for White genocide.
    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.

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    George Horner

    The question isn't why Hillary Clinton hasn't been indicted, the question is, WHY HASNT HILLARY CLINTON BEEN ARRESTED, TOM FITTON, JUDICIAL WATCH.

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    Nigel Chin

    But seriously, magnetic cards are not as secure as chip cards. I get that swiping a card is more tactile and satisfying than slotting it in but that can be changed with a design change to the machine itself

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    JEL625

    Seth, or Seth's writers, please watch this video. The chips do serve a purpose and do actually increase security.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw0oR66MqaU

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    Jason K

    Chip cards/readers is the only technological innovationin the history of man that is slower and harder to use than the technology it is replacing.

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    theendofit

    For pepole that actully hate that chip cards take to long….that is litlary what makes the more secure. With a non chip card it takes .1 second to still all your information off of it. That means i can do it right in front of you with a little bit of slight of hand and yould never know. There have been employs at restrunts that got cught and was discoverd they had been doing it for years but as it was so fast no one noticed. With a chip card you have to hold it there witch makes you look fing suspicios as hell and far easyer to notice. Further with chips its also far harder to attach a skimming machine onto an atm or card reader.

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    F Clarke

    We’ve been using chip and haven’t been using mag strip for at least 10-15 years. Americans are really technologically backwards.

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    Jay

    These remind me of the Vanity Cards by Chuck Lorre, at the end of Big Bang Theory. But I don't think you guys do them so well.

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    Dave F

    What – you guys have only just introduced chip & pin? We've had that for years and have now moved on to contactless wifi payments – now that is satan's spawn.

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    Yes I’m Blessed

    Okay, apparently there are places where there is lots of ways to make payments but absolutely NO sense of humor! The US has ApplePay, Android Pay, and chip cards. We do use our cell phones to pay for things. This was a comedy skit! Plain and simple! Seth was making a joke! As for checks, many banks, especially online ones, don’t use them anymore but thankfully, some do. My elderly father, who died from Alzheimer’s last year, enjoyed paying his own bills for as long as he could and yes, he used checks. Thankfully, there are still corporations who do care. Though very few.

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    pixel girl

    Inserting chip cards? America is so backwards. Here in the UK, as long as you're not buying more than £30 of stuff, you can just hold your card within a couple centimetres of the card reader for a couple seconds.

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    Tom Ryan

    THEY DON'T F$#@*KING WORK. I've had to leave the grocery store twice because even the cashiers can't get the card to read properly.

    Thank you Seth. Thank you.

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